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    Non-U.S. residents can easily establish an LLC in Delaware through an online process, avoiding the need for U.S. travel.

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    Registered Agent

    A Registered Agent Requirement: A Registered Agent is essential for receiving your LLC’s legal and tax-related documents, including service of process and government mail.

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    State Tax

    Both C Corporations and LLCs are obligated to pay the Franchise Tax and file an annual report, which is mandatory for corporate compliance and avoiding late fees, regardless of revenue.

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    Fedral Tax

    Every business must file an annual return, with the form varying by business structure: Single-member LLCs file Forms 1120 and 5472; C Corporations file Form 1120; Multi-member LLCs file Form 1065 and Schedule K-1.

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    How are LLCs taxed?

    LLCs are taxed based on their structure: single-member LLCs report taxes on the owner’s personal return, while multi-member LLCs file as partnerships. An EIN is required for tax filings with the IRS.📝

    No, LLCs have pass-through taxation, meaning owners pay taxes on income through their personal tax returns.
    Single-member LLCs should report their income using Form 1040 and attach Schedule C to detail profits and losses from the business.
    Multi-owner LLCs file a Form 1065 and distribute Schedule K-1 forms to owners for individual reporting.

    Yes, by filing Form 8832, LLCs can be taxed as corporations.

    LLCs with employees must file payroll taxes, and depending on the state, there may be additional forms for state taxes or annual reports.

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    You can be fined $25,000 for inaccurate or missing forms, and can be charged $250 PER FORM for non-compliance. Make sure you avoid all fines by filing with our experienced CPAs

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    An LLC, or Limited Liability Company, is a flexible business structure that provides personal asset protection to its owners, known as members.
    To start an LLC, you need to:
    1. Choose a business name.
    2. Appoint a registered agent.
    3. File Articles of Organization with your state.
    4. Obtain any necessary licenses and permits.
    While not always legally required, an operating agreement is recommended as it outlines the LLC’s financial and functional decisions.
    Yes, a single-member LLC is owned by one person and is still afforded the same liability protection as multi-member LLCs.
    LLCs are typically taxed as pass-through entities, meaning the profits and losses are reported on the owners’ personal tax returns. However, LLCs can choose to be taxed as a corporation by filing the appropriate form with the IRS.

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