The start date of your LLC, July, 2013, was the correct response to this question. Good luck.
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Attorney dell'orfano is correct. However, do not fret at all as you are a sole member of the LLcC and therefore the LLC is disregarded for tax purposes thereby leaving you as a sole proprietor before and after forming your LLC. There is not concern here at all as to this date for the reason just stated as to the LLC being invisible for tax purposes.
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