LLCs, that are governed by operating agreements, are frequently formed by filing articles of organization. They're able to be controlled either by their members or by means of management appointed by the members. LLCs can elect tax remedy either as a partnership or even a corporation. The IRS has so far limited its recognition of tax-exempt status of LLCs to these that only have other tax-exempt organizations as their members. So, this kind of entity may perhaps have limited application for organizations whose membership does not meet this requirement.
Some states do not let LLCs to become made use of for nonprofit purposes, but that does not prohibit an LLC from qualifying to perform home business in these states if it is formed in a further jurisdiction.