After they withdrew 14k, 6k from my sons card and 8k from his friends card. I got a lawyer and he told me to pay the amount in full. He requested 10k for his services and said it is more serious crime and wants to escalate the issue by getting my son and his friends statements and so on. Can I... View More
I got a lawyer and paid off the full amount. I also took my son off the account. I still wish to do business with that bank because I have multiple building and business in that bank. How would this affect my business and my bank relationship. What are my next steps and what will happen?
It took the state a year and a half to process the PLLC paperwork. Meanwhile, to pay the bills, I did contract work (1099) through other businesses. Now that's the bulk of my income. Since that's already taxed, it's hard to know how to set up bookeeping.
When setting up bookkeeping and tax structures for your PLLC providing psychotherapy, it's beneficial to consult with a certified public accountant (CPA) who is experienced with healthcare professionals and small business accounting. They can provide tailored advice on how to integrate your...View More
Addendum - If the work experience involves certain positions that are strictly regulated by the government and the employment involves the safety and well-being of others (pilots, healthcare workers, commercial mariners, etc.) and the inventing of work experience is along the lines of inventing...View More
In New York, a trust can own a corporation through strategies such as creating a holding company or a subsidiary structure. In a holding company approach, the trust establishes a corporation that owns shares of another corporation (LLC or S corp). Alternatively, a subsidiary structure involves the...View More
In New York, professional licensees of certain type cannot practice together with non-licensed people, making the regular LLC not an acceptable way to organize the company. Those filing the PLLC must be licensed to practice the occupation in question, and the company must be managed by those with...View More
A small group of community volunteers have been given permission to paint a mural in the community. The building belongs to a local business and they need us to have some type of liability insurance. To get the insurance (and to smooth out the non profit fundraising), we think we need to be some... View More
It could be difficult for anyone here to know what kind of insurance coverage is best, based on the type of business entity you contemplate going with. That's something an insurance agent may be better equipped to advise on. One option might be to reach out to insurance agents to explore...View More
Really depends from what you are seeking protection, e.g. personal injury liability, taxes, business debts, etc. Although an LLC will protect you from your business obligations, the mere existence of an LLC will not shield you from all personal liability in the event you injure someone in the...View More
Greetings. It appears you would like to know whether you need to include certain information on a document involved in a corporate formation. Whether you do or do not depends on the form and what the form is for. Your inquiry does not sufficiently specify the form and the purpose of the form...View More
Your question might continue to be overlooked under the "Trademark" heading, which is more about intellectual property rights involving brand names and related issues. You could repost under "Business Formation" and "Business Law." But because your question appears to...View More
I need to form a partnership so I can expedite obtaining a municipal license, then I need the partnership to merge with or be purchased by an s corporation of which there is one shareholder. The partnership will have no assets, it’s just to save me three months waiting to fulfill a strange... View More
I got the apartment(lease) by my self and lived there for a year by myself, I put down deposit, I paid a guarantor fee every month, decorated and bought all the furniture, I am doing all the daily maintenance of the Airbnb account and finding cleaner, photograper etc. My boyfriend moved in a year... View More
From a practical perspective (which is what it sounds like you are asking), an appropriate way to split income from the unit would be to first deduct all expenses and then to split the net income according to proportions of rent paid.
So first you would deduct all of the fees and costs...View More
I own 25% of a business, a shop, in a 3 people partnership. If i were to no longer go in and offer manual labor but still keep the 25% I understand contributing 25% of the business expenses. But they say I have to also pay them them a salary based on how much percentage of the company they own. Is... View More
Hello. It does not sound like a situation for you to remain in. As for your question, it is not entirely clear what you are asking. You may want to speak with a lawyer because there will undoubtedly be issues requiring clarification. That said, business ownership does not have to go hand in hand...View More
I am a licensed real estate salesperson in New York State. I am forming an LLC for various reasons, and would like my broker to pay my commissions to my LLC, which is allowed in the state of New York. My two primary questions are:
1. Does my LLC have to be incorporated within the state of... View More
Article 12-A of the New York Real Property Law, Section 441-b, provides:
"In case a person licensed individually as a real estate broker thereafter becomes an officer of a corporation or a member or manager of a limited liability company or a member of a co-partnership an application...View More
Some of the licenses and permissions you need include the following: (1) Certificate of Authority by New York State Department of Finance to collect sales tax: (2) Resale Certificate [if applicable] from Dept of Finance; (3) You must file quarterly Sales Tax Returns Form ST-100; (4) There are other...View More
If you were an independent contractor as opposed to an employee, the work for hire doctrine wouldn’t apply absent a signed writing to that effect executed by both parties to the contract. However, whether you would be considered an “employee” for the purposes of copyright law is not as simple...View More
It could depend on what your capacity is, as an officer, fiduciary, etc. This is posted under "Uncategorized." It sounds like something that attorneys who practice in Business Law, Securities Law, Business Formation, and confidentiality agreements would have insight into. Some questions...View More
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