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.
Ditech bought my loan. They were given all of my escrow in early September that was due in November. I didn’t know Ditech never paid my taxes or insurance until I received a notic that my house was going to be auctioned off. I had to prove to Ditech that it was their responsibility to pay it.... Read more »
In order to transfer ownership of a corporation to another you will transfer shares. The other way to do it is to transfer the assets of the corporation by means of an asset purchase. There are benefits and drawbacks to both ways. I suggest we book a consult to discuss this...Read more »
I work for a hvac company. We have a maintenance contract. (Prepay for annual services) With that, customers have the option of making payments monthly via auto withdrawal. In our contract it states if more than 2 payments are missed, the plan is canceled. We offer 5 year and 10 year plans. My boss... Read more »
Please note that I am not your attorney, and this conversation does not create an attorney client relationship. The issues discussed here are general ideas based on a very limited set of circumstances. Normal discussions with an attorney will produce better results as the attorney knows what issues...Read more »
The father died in 2012, but due to personal circumstances, the probate was opened in 2020. Now the stock value increased. Which price of the stocks should be considered for estate taxation: at the date of death or at the date i collected it?
The answer is most likely, "yes". I am not sure what your services are and you may have different regulations imposed if you are a Doctor or something like that not to mention contractual limitations if you have any way. Sounds like you don't if you are a sole proprietor....Read more »
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?
This depends on the size of your employer. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act takes effect today, April 1, 2020. Under the Act, employees who are required to stay home to care for children whose schools have been closed due to COVID-19 concerns are required to receive sick pay at 2/3 their...Read more »
I am finding out for the 1st time EVER that the monopoly games were fixed and I am devastated! As a young woman,teenager, &single mom, i spent every bit of my weekly allowance, money earned from babysitting, mowing yards, odd jobs,and money from my 1st waitressing job on the monopoly game.... Read more »
When you say that the monopoly game was fixed, I am not sure understand. Did they misrepresent anything? Did you read their fine print of the rules and find out that they were lying? If so they could be liable. If you thought your chances of winning were better than what McDonalds represented...Read more »
My boss told me to cancel his Waste Management service because his monthly trash bills were ridiculously high. I contacted them and told them I needed to cancel the service because it's too expensive. We have another provider that will do the same service for 100's less per month. They... Read more »
I do not practice law in Utah--but I am very well aware of how easy it is these days to trick people into doing something they never intended to do. However, that said, I also know how easy it is for THE BUSINESS (not you) to hire lawyer to take up the business' mantle and push back at...Read more »
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 »
Our customers are classmates who volunteer to be a reunion planner. These planners select dates and activities, and then we sell event tickets to the classmates. A lot of the venues require a signature to accept liability.
1) Should my business sign that document and then have our... Read more »
The LLC is 50-50 ownership. Prior to the partnership the storefront for the LLC was owned and still is owned solely by the original partner. The original partner wants to sell the property and move into a store front in the warehouse. Can the other partner stop the owner of the property from... Read more »
You can get sued if you are from a different country barring diplomatic immunity, but for the common traveler/tourist, yes you can be sued as long as you meet the minimum contacts in the states. The main question on this is Jurisdiction and service of process. An analysis would fill...Read more »
TransUnion provides a service for organizations to look up information about existing customers. Unfortunately, this service can also be used to look up thousands of random individuals, and some companies may even TransUnion's services to create a cold-calling list. However, the use of this... Read more »
if consumer credit reports are being pulled from Credit Reporting Agencies and used for cold calling customers by phone, that would be a willful violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Their is a statutory damage provision for damages up to one thousand per person. Whistelblowers have rights...Read more »
My business is looking to acquire a new client. The contract with this client would require me to spend some of that money to complete with the contract itself. Would I be OK to write off that money spent as a business expense, or would I be taxed on the complete income?
Nearly any legitimate business expense can be discounted against revenues. I think you will need to be more specific on your question. If you are having to spend money to acquire new or specialized equipment or an upgrade of some sorts then absolutely.
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