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Will I need to sign anything or fill any form?
What kind of information will be required?
What is the business year end?
What are the advantages of having the EIN?
What is registered agent and why do I need a legal address?
What government fees are included?
How much should I pay for my corporation taxes or even my personal taxes?
- For corporation income taxes, it all depends on your long term strategy. If you intend to build up a credible company that will be qualified for funding or finance, you may want to be conservative on your accounting practice and start paying taxes right away in the first year. If you intend to use the company as an investment vehicle that is financed solely by you, then you may want to minimize tax liability. We provide free consultation for all our members.
- As a foreign entrepreneur, you may not have SSN (social security number) to open certain business accounts. In that case, you will want to have an ITIN, which in most cases are accepted as an alternative to SSN. To apply for an ITIN, you must first file the personal income return and pay certain amount of taxes. This could be achieved by having the company paying you for service. That income you receive from the company will become taxable income. We provide free consultation for all our members.
- You do not pay state personal income tax in New Hampshire – the state in which most of our members have their companies set up.
Why do I want to incorporate a corporation instead of an LLC?
- Simply put, corporations are for startup intending to have funding by VC in mind, or as an investment vehicle. The advantage for a corporation is that you can arrange your share of ownership much more easily as well as selling the company outright. In addition, personal tax return filing may not be required as all profit will be retained in the corporation unless you pay yourself a salary.
- LLC is good for simple business. Either it be a single-member or multi-member LLC, buying and selling the LLC can not be easily achieved and therefore may not provide the flexibility a foreign entrepreneur would require. In addition, all income from an LLC will be “passed-through” to the owner. So you will be required to file personal tax return in most cases.
Can I use my company to hire myself and apply for H1-B employment?
- Technically the answer is no as company hiring foreign employees using the H1-B visa will require a good business standing as well as a longer history of operation. Please refer to your attorney for details. We can also arrange an interview with an attorney if you need further information.
- Immigration issues are delicate, complicated, and sensitive. We provide non-legal binding advisory to our existing members and by invitation only.
Do you provide banking assistance?
- Absolutely. If you can travel to the US, we provide assistance for you to open business bank account with our banking partners.
- If you are not able to travel to the US, we can refer you to a list of banks that may be open to video notary for identify compliance. Please contact us directly for details.
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