There are many practical, legal, and tax considerations at play to tailor an LLC enterprise agreement to your specific needs. They can determine the services that members expect from members when the business operates and indicate whether they receive additional compensation for the tasks they will perform. The details of LLC company agreements vary greatly depending on a number of factors, but usually encompass: in addition, before creating an LLC, you must first determine the number of members who will participate in the company and choose one of the corresponding company agreements: individual member versus multiple member. An LLC can be owned by one person (an individual LLC) or two or more owners (an LLC with multiple members). An LLC company agreement with one member is simpler than an agreement with multiple members. Instead of being taxed as a limited company, LLCs with a single member may choose to be taxed as sole proprietorships and LLCs with multiple members may choose to be taxed as a partnership. The usual provisions of an LLC agreement include the declaration of intent, its business purpose, the period during which it is managed, as imposed, the admission of new LLC members, and the contribution of capital from members. This provision describes how a person may acquire an interest in LLC. If such a provision does not exist and you want to add a partner later, you can prepare an entirely new enterprise contract at any time. A statement that the agreement complies with your state`s LLC laws and that the business will be established once the official LLC documents have been submitted to the state.