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How do we change this with the Secretary of state? I know we have to file for an llc there, but what else do we need to do?
I can't opine on MN law, so this is a general description that may omit some features of specific states' laws.
The short answer is to file an LLC with the secretary of state.
As a single-member LLC the IRS considered it a disregarded entity, and you can call it that on the SS-4 form when you get its tax ID just so there's no confusion.
After that, retitle any business assets in the LLC's name. Change insurances over. Change licenses, utilities, bank accounts, etc. over.
Mid-year is fine.
LLC (limited liability company) Small business taxes Business insurance Business assets Business Tax law
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