I am going to incorporate myself with a Single-Member LLC. I want to separate my personal assets from those of my future investment transactions. Also it will give a certain level of credibility when working with sellers.
One option is to go through one of these one stop shops like Nevada Incorporated HQ. They file the paperwork and register you. They also say they will help you to obtain a business line of credit, which would be very helpful.
Does anybody have an opinion on whether these one stop shops are worth the extra pay? Seems I could do it for a lot cheaper if I did it on my own. But on the other hand, I am no business expert. And there is comfort in dealing with professionals like these.
Any opinions or words of wisdom?