Using a virtual mailbox address to form an LLC in a state where you do not reside does not, by itself, constitute tax evasion. However, misrepresenting the primary place of business or not paying appropriate state taxes where the business operates can lead to tax liabilities and penalties....View More
In Indiana, an Entity Authorization is a general document that specifies who can act on behalf of any business entity. A Corporate Resolution is specific to corporations and records formal decisions made by the board of directors or shareholders. Both indicate who is authorized to make decisions...View More
I am looking to start a sports handicapping business. For a fee, customers can purchase a subscription and receive a report with the sports picks I believe have the best value against the Vegas odds. I will not be placing wagers for my customers, running any type of fund, or anything aside from... View More
I am a student and thinking to rent a place near by some colleges, that will be used for providing quality time by means of movie dates or candle light dinners to couples, customers will mostly be students of nearby colleges, so do I need any permission or a license, permit or anything for opening... View More
Using a virtual mailbox address for your business is not automatically considered tax evasion under California law. Many businesses use virtual addresses for legitimate reasons such as privacy and convenience. However, it's essential to ensure that your LLC complies with all relevant tax laws,...View More
In Mississippi, forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is often a preferred choice for small business co-owners like you and your husband who are engaged in event planning. An LLC provides the liability protection that a corporation offers, while maintaining the operational flexibility and...View More
I am forming a non-profit as a student in Alabama. I live in Michigan and so I don't have an address here. We recruited a registered agent service to be compliant for the state, but we don't have a principal address in the state of Alabama. Could I use my home address?
In Alabama, nonprofit organizations are typically required to have a registered agent who has a physical address within the state. This registered agent is responsible for receiving legal documents and official notices on behalf of the nonprofit. However, the principal address of the nonprofit...View More
I am currently starting a notary business to work with my local title companies. I have future plans to start a bookkeeping business as well. I thought about starting a holding company and running the bookkeeping and notary business as subsidiary companies. If I purchase Errors and Omissions... View More
Open the store for business and I haven’t had the fire inspection yet and I told him that yet he wants the store to show open in the companies systems since his bonus is based off of it. The inspection is Monday at 8am but he wants to capture weekend business with the fire marshal knowing.
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