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FirstInfoTechGroup, LLC. FitzNeil Nelsonson 12/26/2011 10:33 PM
I am a computer technician

I service computers, printers, networks

I serve Indianapolis and surrounding areas


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As the majority of businesses, 99.9%, you will need an occupational business license even if you obtain a free LLC filing or you incorporate.  In addition, you may need a federal tax ID number, and if you sell any merchandise, you will need a resale tax ID number. Also note that all LLCs need an occupational business license.  Also, if the llc has more than one member, or you will file a tax return for the LLC as a corporation as opposed as a disregarded entity, you will need a federal tax ID number for the LLC.Starting a business fist step is to choose the tax legal structure. There are three major ones:1. Sole proprietor, 2. Partnership, and 3. Corporation or Limited Liability Company. All small, home or web based businesses as well as big businesses must choose and register as on of the above.  In addition, businesses must obtain a business tax registration occupational license receipt.  If selling any taxable items,a business must also get a reseller ID number to buy wholesale and sell retail.  Finally, if a business is an employer, it needs to get a federal EIN and a State EIN.
Q:Is "piercing the corporate LLC veil same as in corporations case?
A:Piercing the corporate veil refers to the corporate protection that an LLC affords so long as you treat it as a separate legal entity. If you don't, you pierce the veil and you lose the protection so you become liable as if you were a sole proprietor.
Q:How would I know I am a series LLC after I become one?
A:Normally, the series status is mentioned in the LLC agreement and it does not appear on the face of any of the series LLC.
Q:How do I attract and sign up more LLC member investors?
A:This has to do more with the type of business and its prospects. If it looks good, investors may decide to buy interest in your LLC in exchange of membership interests in the form of certificates of ownership?
Q:How can I find out what licensing is required for my LLC?
A:Got to www.BusinessLicense.Info for business licensing information.
Q:What is a C corporation?
A:All corporation at formation are C corporations unless they elect to be S corporations. An LLC can be a C corporation and taxed as one if it decides so.
Q:Are there any tax savings in forming an LLC in Delaware?
A:Delaware saves you taxes because there is no sales tax and you don't have to get a business license if your business is located in another state. Nor is there any LLC income tax as in Nevada.
Q:Becoming an llc or a corporation is probably the cheapest insurance and a good way to save on taxes using several available strategies to reduce your tax liabiltiy but can one person be an LLC?.
A:Yes you can form an LLC even if you are one person with little or no capital reserves..
Q:How do I provide proof that I own an LLC?
A:The evidence that you own the LLC are the LLC certificates you will issue and the LLC operating agreement that will also state your percentage of ownership?
Q:Do I have to have a registered agent?
A:Do I have to have a registered agent?
Q:I am a one member LLC do I need to pay self employement tax?
A:Yes one member LLC do need to pay self employement tax.


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Q:How many people do I need to form an LLC?
A: Even just one person can form an LLC.
Q:How do I file an LLC?
A: The creation of an LLC occurs when the articles of organization are recorded. You need to fill out the certificate and file it. Normally a state fee is involved and the llc may have to be published in some states. Other than that you just need an LLC agreement and you will be an LLC.
Q:How will I have to pay for taxes for my LLC?
A: With an LLC, you can elect to be taxes as a sole owner or be taxed as a corporation.
Q:What are the differences between a limited liability company and a partnership?
A:The important difference between an LLC and a general partnership is that the LLC affords protection as a corporation does so you are not personally liable for business debts as is the case with a partnership.
Q:What do I need to know before I set up an LLC?
A:You may want to look into securities law if you are a passive investor in the LLC because you may have to register the sale of membership certificates with the SEC.
Q:Do I need to sign the LLC certificate of the articles of organization before you submit it to the secretary of state?
A:No, you don't need to sign the articles before we submit it for filing.
Q:What state is the best state to set up an LLC?
A:Unless you make more than 100
Q:Why do they call it pass-through taxation?
A:Pass-through taxation means that you can report the llc income through your individual tax return. This allows you both to offset personal losses against llc profits as well as avoid double taxation.
Q:What if I want my LLC to be taxed as a C corporation?
A:In some cases you may want to be taxed as a corporation and it may result in savings because corporate taxation is lower than individual taxation.
Q:In what states may I set up a series LLC?.
A:Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Utah allow for series LLCs.
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