Zaher Fallahi's answer Where would you be physically doing the work? That is the sate that would tax you. If for mailing purpose only, obtaining such California address may subject to you to California taxation. Otherwise, you must argue that you worked and lived outside California. Good luck. Zaher Fallahi, Business and Tax Attorney, CPA.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your questions and address your concerns. You need to rewrite your statement in the form of a meaningful question for someone to be able to provide useful ideas. Good luck.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer I do not understand why you have asked about an LLC from MD in Florida. This is quite the opposit of an easy question to answer, indeed, it would require a bit of research. Go see a business law attorney about this for a full discussion.
Julie A. Rice's answer Unless you have all the proper licenses such as a brokers license and you have met all the requirements from the Georgia Secretary of State, have all the proper insurance, and have followed all the other proper rules to protect the consumer, then you could be running an illegal business, plus you need a business license. Many of these agencies have been proven to be scams and the FTC and the Better Business Bureau along with the GBI are cracking down on these types of companies so you will be...
Julie A. Rice's answer Have you tried this yourself? All this information is with the Georgia Secretary of State and the other organizations that govern these types of organizations. Instead of using this forum to demand legal counsel, it would be to our benefit to contact the Atlanta Bar Referral Service (google the number) and express your needs to them, what county, and they will match you with the appropriate attorney for the service you desire. This is not the proper forum for that you are looking for.
Julie A. Rice's answer It is a curtesy that they did this for you in the past but obviously the rules have changed and it is your responsibility to keep your license current so now you will need to abide by their rules if you want your license reinstated.
Julie A. Rice's answer Any members who personally signed the note on the debt if any otherwise the officers of the church could be held responsible. Be sure to inc. or at least have an LLC to avoid such unfortunate events.
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