LLC vs Owning Property In Your Own Name | Is an LLC Right For Me? | Mentorship Monday

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Today’s Mentorship Monday episode comes from Cedric who is active duty Army stationed at Ft. Knox. Most of his properties are in a LLC (Limited Liability Company). However, he wants to know what to do with the property that he already owned in his own name. In today’s episode, Matt shares some information about owning property in your own name vs an LLC.

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