It is not necessary to register in two states. In Utah, you can register a new business without revealing the names of the owners. To do this, you will need help from a third party like an attorney or registered agent services.
The newly created company will need an address, contact info,...Read more »
I used to asked for a ride for about a week to this lady about 56 she said yes I them needed another ride for two weeks I asked she said yes. I willingly start giving her money for gas so I won’t feel bad even though it is on the way. We started being friends and started going out after work... Read more »
If anything, this would be a civil matter. A cop will not get involved in this capacity. If she feels her claim is strong enough, she will sue you. Until then just ignore it and or block her number if she continues to harass you.
A close friend and I are trying to start a business. It's based around an iOS app with services in the Pet Industry. We are trying to choose a business structure, and are unsure of which to pick. We are currently looking between an LLC or LLP. Is this the right choice for us?
I am about to launch a website that will help Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners get the information they need/want to help with the medical license processes. I have been working at a medical staffing firm for a while and I have some great inside knowledge about these processes, but I... Read more »
I like what you are doing. If your question is whether or not you are committing some sort of crime by posting information regarding how to get licensed, the answer is no. Even if your information is false, there is no crime to publishing false information although it would be highly...Read more »
I live in the state of Utah. My father owns an online store called the root beer store. My mother made him close is 5 locations and only operate online. I wish to open up a location and add pizza. With my OWN LLC, insurance, lease agreement, website, etc... everything separate I would like to call... Read more »
First off, the big difference between LLC's and S Corps are the way that they are taxed and the formalities that have to be observed. They both offer the same liability protection. Some attorneys may argue that LLC's are relatively new and because they are relatively new, the body of...Read more »
If you registered a DBA you probably registered the DBA with the state. I don't know where else you would have registered. If your company is a sole proprietorship, then you don't need to another EIN you will use your social security number and just fill out a schedule C with your 1040....Read more »
An LLC is good for liability protection. If you feel like it is too much risk when there are several owners and their guests on your property, then it would be a good idea to create an LLC. This would limit your exposure to the assets of the business.
Is this an April Fool's joke? Probably, but I will play along. As long as you are trying to be a chiropractor or market that your services are medical services then you probably won't need anything except for a normal state business license and one for your city if it requires one.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal problem without a...Read more »
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