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I created an Single Member LLC (in a hurry) and made a capitol contribution of 100 dollars. Now I need to provide more money and transfer tools and equipment. My assumption is that I now need to do a promissory note for the cash that the business needs + funds necessary to buy the equipment from me, then do a bill of sale to transfer the equipment. Or Is it more advantageous just to do another capitol contribution? If i do this, Should I get the bill of sale and promissory note notarized, or file them in public record, since otherwise the only two people seeing/signing the docs are ME and ME?! :Oh and… will I need to pay sales tax on the transfer of the goods? It all feels a little weird- me loaning money to the business (of w/ I am the sole member) so I can buy stuff from myself.