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Sander

LLC thread

Post by Sander »

LLCs are unique among other business structures – and an ideal choice in many cases – because they mix elements of sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations, giving entrepreneurs the best of all three. LLCs are taxed similarly to sole proprietorships and general partnerships in that the LLC itself does not owe income taxes. Instead, its owners include any company profits or losses into their personal returns.
kotert

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Post by kotert »

In order to incorporate from their state of Maine, then you need to file an application with their state. Filing an application isn’t difficult . The application form should be filed as soon as possible after forming an LLC from the U.S.. I have experience in register maine llc before. If you wish to start an LLC in Maine, mainly you have to file your Certificate of Formation with the State and pay a filing fee of $175, Its not expensieve for me. This commission is charged since the country wants to make sure that the LLC is valid and doesn’t pay back taxes or other financial obligations to any one of its members.
samui

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Post by samui »

While most states do not require you to file this paperwork with the Secretary of State, you should nevertheless prepare one to avoid future problems. It can include things like how much of the business’ revenues will go to each member, what happens if a member wishes to quit, how to add new members, and so on.
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