June 09, 2023 11:46 AM — David Gendron
Forming a Delaware LLC can be a great way to protect your business and personal assets. However, there are certain costs associated with setting up and maintaining a Delaware LLC. This guide will provide an overview of the Delaware LLC cost associated with forming, and keeping compliant, a Delaware LLC, including filing fees, annual fees, and other costs.
September 07, 2022 07:16 PM — David Gendron
If you are a non-resident alien and your company is not engaged in US Trade or Business, then you can take advantage of the pass-through taxation of an LLC to you personally. A sort of Tax Free LLC.
August 11, 2022 03:15 PM — David Gendron
Delaware is still the best state in the USA to form your company if you don't live in the USA or if you do business in more than one state, or your business is exclusively online.
Better than Wyoming: Delaware provides better protections for shareholders and directors.
Better than Nevada: Delaware doesn't have public records of LLC Members, and it's much cheaper to setup and maintain.
March 19, 2020 08:40 PM — David Gendron
The first reason a company needs to look towards the opportunities of developing a Delaware Inc or LLC is found with gaining the official recognition of being a legal business. Whether you are managing a physical business or an online company, many customers hesitate when they are working with a company that is not legally recognized. You can gain the opportunity of accessing a greater number of driven customers who recognize your legal business and may be interested in the goods or services you provide.
January 11, 2011 12:05 PM — David Gendron
As of Jan 1, 2011 The IRS is now requiring your credit card processor, including PayPal and the like, to report to them how much money you're receiving by accepting credit card, etc. payments they've processed for your business.
January 20, 2010 12:00 PM — David Gendron
The IRS has recently made it very clear that the owner(s) of an LLC have to file an income tax return in the USA. This applies to LLCs formed in every State, not just in Delaware, so you can't form in another State thinking this doesn't apply to you.
From the IRS website: http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=98277,00.html
"The federal government does not recognize an LLC as a classification for federal tax purposes. An LLC business entity must file as a corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship tax return."