Question: Do You Put A Period At The End Of LLC?

Is a Period Used After LLC?

Since the legal name and designation of your business entity is a formal and final form of your business choice, you should use a period in the Inc.

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Again, a period is not required, but it is rarely not used.

Does a period come after LLC?

A second mistake that appears frequently is putting a period after “LLC” in a company name. You need a period in the abbreviation for corporation (ABC Corp.) and in the abbreviation for incorporated (ABC Inc.) but not for LLC (ABC LLC). You don’t need two periods.

How do you punctuate a LLC?

Your LLC name must contain either the abbreviation LLC, L.L.C. or the words “Limited Liability Company.” You can put a comma after the name and before the foregoing LLC designations if you prefer, but most people choose not to use the comma.

Do I have to write LLC after my company name?

Basically, all states that recognize LLCs require that the name of the business include the term “limited liability company” or some form of this title to label the business’ entity type. LLC is the most commonly used abbreviation, but you may find “Limited Liability Co.” or “Limited” to be used in some states.

Should there be a dot after Ltd?

A dot after the Ltd is the usual form – we should have more common sense here, really. Often a lack of period is done to look “cool” or it’s just an oversight but “Ltd.” “Inc.” etc. are abbreviations and convention is to use a period.