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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by randy2625, Feb 8, 2004.
Is there a age limit to get a LLC in ohio???
I would imagine 18 since a minor cannot enter into a contract
well how am i suppost to take care of a LLC when me and my partner are under 18 untill a year from now.
You could have a parent own the LLC and then transfer ownership to you when you are of age. Minors cannot enter into a contract like Mac said. You also cannot, according to OSHA, operate powered commercial equipment until you turn 18, and you cannot drive a commercially registered vehicle until you are 21 according to the DOT.
You only get one shot at being a kid, don't rush it.
I say the same thing, don't rush it
It's a sad thing when you have to be a outlaw just because you want to work.
If your under 18 in ohio you can not hold a legal company, nor corp, nor LLC thats the law
this kinda sucks no we have to pay taxes as one and other stuff
lets see what will happen without my LLC and insurence. darn there goes commercial
just mow people's houses kid, then you can tackle the next one when you are older....I don't know you, but you probably aren't equipped with the business experience to deal with those type of commercial accounts yet, good luck