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An LLC protects you from liability, but for contract development work there's likely no need to set one up as you aren't typically exposed to much liability risk in that context. For tax purposes, LLC doesn't really mean anything to the IRS. If you have a single-member LLC, it will be taxed as a sole-proprietorship, or you can elect to have it taxed as an S-...


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