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Why would you want to leave excess money in the LLC? That just leaves those assets available to any creditors of the LLC and ruins much of the limited liability you get with the LLC.

It also doesn't protect those assets from YOUR creditors. Since you are the sole owner of the LLC, a creditor could just take your ownership interest and get the assets in the LLC.

The only assets in your LLC should be the ones needed for the business of the LLC. And if you have an LLC but no business you're running, you don't need an LLC. Dissolve it.

--Peter
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