I have attempted to call customers and contact customers, property varies having sat for 60 days to over a year. It's currently taking up space that we could be using for other purpose and most customers do not provide any address, only a phone number and name as we're a small town shop.
A Nevada attorney would really need to address your concerns because the solution might involve state or city laws governing bailments. But your question remains open for two weeks. Although this is frustrating for you and people should be more considerate about your limited space, you could look...Read more »
So I am the owner of a music group and naturally we don't have a large amount of capital to start a huge company but I was wondering how it works with taxes once you form an LLC and pay for things for your company with personal money before a lot of profit starts coming in is it tax deductible? I... Read more »
Speaking with a tax planner is your best bet. He/She can help you decide what entity type is best for you and how to structure your entity to work in your best taxable interests. Business licenses vary from state to state and even county to county or town to town. You should speak with an...Read more »
I'm a 20-year old male in the state of Nevada looking for work online. I've applied to an online AI-research company and have gotten a request for my first job. In the agreement attached, there is a few things I'm wary of before signing. It may just be paranoia, but I would like to maintain my... Read more »
I think that the assignment of all IP rights forever has to do with assigning all the rights that you produce for the company while you are engaged in an assignment for them. It does not extend to IP rights that you generate during your lifetime after the engagement ended.
Congratulations on starting a new venture! I hope that it is successful.
It is good to hear that you recognize that intellectual property may be important to your business, and you are interested in protecting it so early on. You are way ahead. It is always hard for me to tell clients...Read more »
The IRS letter will tell you which tax form the delinquency is for, as well as the tax year. Make sure your confirm that the letter is for your business and not you, personally, because they can be two separate issues. It's difficult to know exactly what the issue is without seeing the letter....Read more »
I bought a guitar from an Internet ad, store in Las Vegas. I'm in Los Angeles. It was a year before I tried to pick it up. Now the store claims they don't have it, and that I had someone pick it up for me. They can't tell me when and have no documentation. I didn't tell anyone to pick it up... Read more »
You'll get not a whole lot of sympathy, but assuming they didn't send you a notice saying "pick it up or else" then they are "bailees" of the item and have to care for it. They owe you the value of the item. Ask them in writing for the item or the amount you paid. Take them to small claims...Read more »
If it's dissolved, then the entity no longer exists.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation....Read more »
Probably. Check with the Nevada Secretary of State's office.
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