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LLC Formation is "Stupidly Complicated and Expensive" per David Hogg

Updated: Feb 15

Some of you might remember David Hogg. He attended Stoneman Douglas High School, and was at the school during the shooting in 2018. Since then, he has become an outspoken advocate for gun control, and he frequently speaks out in support of other progressive causes. But he has also engaged in a handful of business ventures.

This weekend he tweeted in part that "I’m working on setting up a LLC right now and this whole process is stupidly complicated and expensive..."

Now, I'm not privy to a lot of needed information here. I'm not sure in which state he is forming his LLC. Perhaps his state's process is stupidly complicated and expensive. And perhaps his attorney isn't very experienced, or is adding unneeded complications.

David Hogg's politics are not necessarily business-friendly. But he is learning, along with many others, that starting a business comes with a lot of (often unnecessary) red tape.

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