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Q: Can I use a virtual address to form my LLC in Connecticut?

I tried iPostal1 it was denied, my friend in the past used Regus but I’m not sure how valid that is

Joseph B. LaRocco
Joseph B. LaRocco answered on Jan 25, 2022

Yes. The directions to filing provide as follows:

"PRINCIPAL OFFICE: Include street number, street name, city, state, and zip code. No P.O. Box."


Also, in Connecticut a limited liability company must list the name and address of a registered agent with a...
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Q: Is it possible to hire an Attorney for just a nominee service (NOT a registered agent) for my corporate registration?

Many "publishers" offer to complete corporate registration forms for your new LLC or Corp with whichever state you choose and some offer registered agent service. Some offer an additional step by offering a nominee if you need privacy. Their rates are often double even triple what a... Read more »

Joseph B. LaRocco
Joseph B. LaRocco answered on Jul 29, 2021

Most corporate attorneys can handle this. They may also be found under categories such as "corporate governance" corporate transaction" or "corporate formations" Use Justia and look under those categories.

If the attorney will act as a nominee, there may be an...
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Q: Hi- I am a board member of the non-profit Yale Russian Chorus Alumni Association (YRCAA). We are currently

... Organized in the state of Washington, but are thinking of refiling to officially be in CT. Can you help us?

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Mar 14, 2021

I'm sorry your post remains open for a month. It could be difficult for attorneys here to reach out to your request for help because this is more of a question and answer board than an attorney referral service. You may have found an attorney by now. But if you still seek someone, you could... Read more »

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Q: can my company make payments on personal loan of mine instead of paying me a higher salary?

my company made loan payments for me instead of paying me a higher they want me to pay taxes on this money? is that legal

Ana Maria Del Valle-Aguilera
Ana Maria Del Valle-Aguilera answered on Oct 29, 2020

If your company pays your personal loan directly it must be reported as additional income to you and an expense to the company. If you own the company, you should check with your accountant to see if there are any actual tax savings.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation and Real Estate Law for Connecticut on
Q: Looking to start LLC to finance other business ventures down the road. How should we set it up given situation?

I just graduated college and got a salaried job. My fiance is currently in school and will be finishing nxt year. We want to start a business on paper so that we can invest in other businesses. We want to eventually purchase a car wash. We're interested in purchasing 3family duplex to generate... Read more »

Nicole M. Camporeale
Nicole M. Camporeale answered on Jul 12, 2017

Seek the help of a business attorney who can properly advise you.

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