This article was written by Jennifer Reuting.
“The script is complete. Locations scouted and secured. Hollywood’s next “It” girl has signed on for the lead. You’ve poured every fiber of your creative being into getting your film production off the ground and you’re desperate to get on with it already. But even as a self described “creative type” you’ve got the business acumen to know that you need to protect your work. But, how do you do it? Especially on a shoestring budget?
The answer is simple. You form an LLC. Better yet? The process of doing so is also simple. But first, a recap on what an LLC is…”
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