When you apply to drive for a ride-share company, you will sign a contact designating yourself a self-employed private contractor. Essentially, you are in business for yourself. You do not work for the ride-share company. you use their platform to attract business to yourself.


In some cases you have no insurance coverage from the ride-share company if you are not in the process of completing a ride.


With private car insurance and an LLC, you may be able to limit your liability by separating your personal assets from your ride ride share business. 

Whether you are just starting out in real estate or you are a seasoned professional looking to add to your portfolio, nothing beats a Delaware Real Estate LLC. Property insurance won't cover everything, and it certainly does not shield your personal assets  It's not hard to imagine being sued by a tenant or their visitors for injuries that occurs on your property. 

 An LLC protects small business owners' personal assets in case debts or legal judgments are claimed against their business. Profits and loss are typically pass through an LLC and get reported on the personal income tax returns of owners, unlike corporations that must meet many more guidelines. They must elect boards of directors, have annual meetings, create formal financial statements and adopt bylaws. 

As the economy continues to improve, more people are leaving the workforce and starting their own businesses. For entrepreneurs, adding  "LLC" after their name, such as John Williams Consulting, LLC, can add instant legitimacy and authority. Consumers, vendors, and partners frequently prefer to do business with an incorporated company. 

Unlike most states, Delaware allows international clients to form companies in the state. You can form (start) and operate from overseas without ever stepping foot in the state. We provide an array of services to international clients wanting to start American businesses such as notary, registered agent and Apostille services. 



We are dedicated to providing a cost-effective, rapid, and industry-leading service to entrepreneurs forming new companies in Delaware, with an unwavering commitment to their growth and success.




As your registered agent, we’re going to be doing everything we can to help you stay on top of your government correspondence and compliance responsibilities. Compare our low fee of $99 with those of our competitors and you’ll know you’ve come to the right place.



You don’t have to live in the state or even be an American citizen to form a company in Delaware. With very few exceptions, anyone can incorporate and operate a Delaware business anywhere in the world , you simply need a Delaware-based Registered Agent. 

LLC advantages

No residency requirement 

Limited compliance requirements

Flexible management structure

Pass-through taxation


Personal liability protection

No SSN required for LLC formation.




Form4Free LLC offers formation services to new business start-ups. We help form (start) Delaware limited liability companies (LLCs) and corporations.  The information contained on this web site is for general information purposes only. The information is not intended, nor should be considered as legal or tax advice. If you require such advice regarding your Delaware entity please contact a CPA or an attorney familiar with Delaware law and/or tax code, 









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