So, I'm trying to pay the filing fees online that I never got around to. The personal tax account I made, my business tax ID number is attached to as well, HOWEVER, it's not indicating that I owe anything. I looked everywhere on the site menu to see how I can pay and it says I owe nothing (I owe a lot, even with no sales). Tax man is after me and I don't know what to do, please help! I'm in NY.
I need an accountant in L.A., preferably somewhere between downtown and Mid-City. [more inside]
I'm planning on starting both a nonprofit and a business (LLC or C-Corp) before the end of summer, and I'm uncertain as to my ability to write off expenses. Each would be run with a small (<5) group of investors/friends. [more inside]
I'm working on a few apps and I'd like to form an LLC. What complicates matters is that I plan to travel the world for the next few years, meaning that all my work will be done from my laptop with no stable office and no employees other than myself. I'm currently based in California. What are some good resources to help me figure out the best way to establish my business, both financially and legally? [more inside]
After you've incorporated, what are the daily, monthly, and yearly behaviors and fees associated with having an LLC? [more inside]
I've been doing a fair bit of freelance work, and it's to the point now that I have to sub out certain tasks that are outside my area of expertise. I don't want to make my clients cut multiple checks if I can avoid it–want them to just deal with me to keep it simple and neat. However, I do not want to be on the hook for income that is actually going to a sub. What to do? [more inside]
Will I have to undergo a credit check in order to form an LLC and open a business checking account for that company? [more inside]
Asking business question about setting up LLC and tax savings [more inside]
What is the catch here. Business creating a seperate LLC for company cars. [more inside]
I'd been wanting to form a corporaton for a long time. So many benefits it seems:
track business expenses for income-tax deductions
protect assets against law-suits
gain credibility for certain transactions
But all the gory details are getting me down... [more inside]
We formed a LLC. We bought a piece of equipment for the LLC. Why can't we write off the entire cost of the equipment on our 1065? [more inside]
TurboTaxFilter: Trying to figure out where to enter "Nonresident's share of net tax paid by the manager of the partnership" for a North Carolina return using TurboxTax 2007 Home & Business [more inside]
I'm going to register my company as an LLC. My next question is where? Which US state is the best for this? [more inside]
LLC, S-corp or continue as a sole proprietor? [more inside]
Is there an online service that can help me set up a new company (either as a GP or LLC) and get Federal and State Tax ID's quickly? [more inside] [more inside]
I am thinking of forming my own company. Not just for tax purposes but to prevent myself from being sued for work that I have done for a client. I primarly do web programming but like all branch out and do some other work. I am just now starting to look into an LLC or Inc. Where does one start with this and does anyone have any experience setting one up? Also what are the benefits of an LLC vs an Inc?
If one has a business that is registered as an LLC (with no partners-- just the one person) and if: the business location (office) is in one state, the owner lives in another state and most of the business (or clients) are in a third state in which state is state income tax due-- where the office is, the owner's residence or where the clients are?