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Is it possible to run a NY LLC out of the New York State and even out of the US?Sure, it is possible.Registering Business in New YorkIf you decided to open a new business that will be based in New York you can choose from several options:Sole OwnersSole Proprietorship: Sole owners of New York-based businesses could opt for sole proprietorship as the easiest form of business organization. Not the most recommended, given the liability a sole proprietor assumes as a result of owning a business. No registration with New York State Department of State is necessary, but it is recommended to obtain a Business Certificate (DBA), and if you plan to hire employees then also obtain an EIN.Single Member LLC: Limited liability company, as the name suggests, is an entity that allows its owners to limit the liability of the business to the entity itself, shielding the owners' personal assets. This type of entity is recommended for most small businesses. By default your LLC will be taxed as "disregarded entity", meaning you will file your LLC tax return as part of your personal tax return. Keep in mind though - LLC is a flexible entity, which means you have the option of electing it to be taxed as S-Corp (assuming you are a U.S. person) or C-Corp. Learn more about LLC here, and about the details of forming LLC in New York here.Corporation: You can also form a corporation and be a sole shareholder with 100% of all shares. Corporations have more formalities than LLCs (for example in New York you are required to have bylaws and maintain minutes of meetings in corporate records), but provide similar limited liability protection. That's one of the reasons this entity type is often more suitable for bigger companies, or those who seek major investment. Corporations can be taxed as S-Corp or C-Corp, with each form of taxation having its pros and cons. Keep in mind, you can elect your corporation to be S-Corp only if you, as the sole shareholder, are a U.S. person. Learn more about corporations here, and about the details of incorporating in New York here.PartnersGeneral Partnership: Like sole proprietorship, this entity type does not require registration with the New York State Department of State, but it also does not protect the owners from business liability, and therefore is usually not recommended. A General Partnership needs to obtain a Business Certificate (DBA), and obtain an EIN.Multiple Member LLC: like Single Member LLC for sole owner, Multiple Member LLC is often the entity of choice for small and new businesses with more than one partner.Corporation: Since corporation can have many shareholders, and transfering ownership is relatively easy (though share transfer) corporation might be a good choice of entity for business with partners. Keep in mind though - S Corporations are limited to 100 shareholders who must be physical U.S. persons. That means corporations owned (partially or fully) by non-U.S. persons or legal entities, cannot be elected as S-Corp, and therefore subject to double taxation of an C-Corp. In cases like that it would be recommended to consider choosing LLC instead.Limited Partnerships: Limited partnerships come in different forms, depending on the state (LP, LLP, LLLP). Though Limited Partnerships have their own purpose and place, for most cases we believe an LLC would serve its owners well enough, therefore at this point we do not cover Limited Partnerships.Existing Out-of-State CompaniesAn existing company registered in another state or country (called "foreign corporation", "foreign LLC", etc) looking to conduct business in New York might be required to foreign qualify in New York. This rule typically applies to companies looking to open a physical branch in New York, lease an office or warehouse, hire employees, etc."Foreign" businesses that do not create "strong nexus" by moving physically to New York might still be required to obtain Certificate of Authority to Collect Sales Tax from New York Department of Taxation and Finance if selling taxable products or services using local dropshippers.
How will the just released New York Times story of Donald Trump participating in tax fraud and schemes to funnel millions from his father Fred's estate play out?I have just read ALL of it… there was a LOT to read…it is quite a treatise on the subject.The details are RIVETING meaning that I could not stop reading and what I read gave me chills up and down my spine. The veracity, the depth of the investigation, the thoroughness the comparatives, the scale and scope… taken at any individual level is one thing taking in the totality of it… well below I will state my conclusion…My major in University was accounting my minor was economics, My first job out of university was for a public accounting firm, I did audit work, I prepared financial statements, tax returns, and I KNOW this stuff cold…This is a tale of lies, fraud, deceit, theft, criminal wrong doing of monumental proportions and the man masquerading as PRESIDENT of the United States was thick as a thief in the middle of it. I would not want to be one of the accountants who prepared those fraudulent tax returns - their licenses to practice could be in jeopardy. The ones who actually signed those returns… are however criminals. New York State has already said they are investigating these allegations.. The interest and penalties if assessed… well there is a line in Trading places that Eddie Murphy speaks to the effect “that the best way to hurt rich people is to turn them into poor people”.He lied to EVERYONE, the public, he stole from the American Taxpayer on a scale and with specific intentions to do so that organized crime never contemplated… This family’s theft from the American treasury is so VULGAR and obscene as to defy credulity. There is no innocent explanation what so ever possible for the actions taken. This is a damning conclusion.I do not shock easily.. I have seen many things in my life, this work from the Times is beyond question the most compelling case I have ever read.This one would have been a case for the RICO statutes…Opinion | Suzanne Garment: Trump and his family could owe millions for their decades-long con jobAppalling and disgusting …. and this criminal is the President? Really? So if America knew about how he inherited all his wealth, how he committed fraud on his Taxes and how he was an adulterous asshole with a porn star and a Playboy Playmate, how he dodged the draft…and then goes and attacks John McCain - would they have elected him President? Him hiding these facts - was a fraud upon the American People…. So please do not call him legitimate in my presence.As vile as his sexual peccadilloes are, his financial background and that of his Father and siblings is every bit as vile…reprehensible - the audacity of this man to stand as President is so wrong on so many levels… and he has the chutzpah to express his opinions on other peoples behaviour? How DARE he… He is not a judge of other people- he is to be judged, he is subject to America’s judgement.Just in case you wanted to know what I really thought…
How much does it cost and what is involved to file for the charter of a corporation in the New York state and get a tax ID number?The registration fee is $125 (Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code, NYS Dept. of State) but the advertising requirement (Page on ny.gov) was about $2,500 when I did it in 2006.You have to place an ad in a set form in one of a set list of publications. I believe that they now allow fewer or cheaper publications than when I did it but the list varies by county and you will have to check with the county clerk or use a law firm to place the ads. You also need to pay your lawyer something if they advise you or apply on your behalf, and you will probably use a specialist law firm to place the ads. The tax ID however is free.
What are the implications if the NY State passes the TRUST Act, authorizing the Department of taxation and Finance to turn over his state tax return if Congress request them for a specific and legislative purpose? Will it restore Congress' checks?It’s clear that some people here don’t understand what this law is and/or don’t know how government works.The law affects (in this case) Trump’s state tax return. SCOTUS has no jurisdiction over state tax law. I’m not even sure how SCOTUS could weigh in on this insofar as there is no constitutional right of tax return privacy. Tax return privacy is an IRS law and only applies to federal tax returns. NY is free to write its own tax and privacy laws.Furthermore, it only pertains to releasing tax information to a congressional investigation on request, not plastering it on billboards or sending it to the media.And, let’s be clear, congress already has the unambiguous right to see Trump’s federal tax return now under Section 6103 of IRS law. Just because Trump has his minions trying to drag this out into a court fight that they will ultimately lose doesn’t mean that right doesn’t exist.
Which areas are considered part of Yonkers when applying for a job in NY state? I noticed there's a separate tax form to fill out where you check off if you presently live in Yonkers or not. Are Tuckahoe and/or Crestwood included?Crestwood IS a neighborhood in the city of Yonkers. Tuckahoe is NOT. Tuckahoe is a village in the town of Eastchester. Tuckahoe Road however is a street in Yonkers. It does not run through any other municipality. Another way for you to tell if you live in the city of Yonkers is if Mayor Mike Spano is your mayor. If he is, you are a resident of Yonkers.
I reside and work in New York City only but the company is in New Jersey, and the company deducts New Jersey taxes only, how does affect me at the end of the year when I declare taxes, or if lost my job where do I have to apply for unemployment NJ or NY?Title 54A New Jersey Gross Income Tax Act - 54A:5-8 states that income received by a nonresident "in connection with a trade, profession, occupation carried on in this State or for the rendition of personal services performed in this State" is subject to New Jersey state tax. You state that you performed no personal services in the state of New Jersey, but it's not entirely clear based on the facts whether the first part of the section is true in your case. Normally if you provide no personal services in the state your income is sourced to the state in which you perform the services, but some states are taking an expansive view of what it means to have income "connected to a trade or business" in the state.You should have a conversation with your company's HR or financial department, asking them to state in writing why they are withholding NJ state income taxes from your wages when you are performing no personal services in the state of New Jersey. If the company has determined that you are subject to New Jersey state tax because your income is being received "in connection with a trade, profession occupation carried on" in NJ, even though you are performing no services in NJ, get them to state the reasons for that determination in writing. You need it in writing for your own protection - the company should understand that you're trying to make sure that you do have a NJ tax obligation. (And it does happen that the company itself doesn't understand its own withholding requirements.)Before you file I strongly suggest that you discuss this with a competent tax professional in New York. Most have experience dealing with precisely this situation.In either case you are going to have to file as a New Jersey non-resident and as a New York resident. If it turns out that you do owe the state of New Jersey, you will be able to take a credit on the New York return for the net taxes you owe New Jersey. If it turns out that you do not owe New Jersey, you still have to file the return to get a refund on the taxes withheld.
How will AOC and the other business extractive NY politicians make up the net 25 billion in economic activity lost due to Amazon pulling HQ2 out of New York?They can’t, of course.This was one of the single most boneheaded political actions I have ever seen, and I say that as a liberal Democrat.It’s the Venezuelan philosophy of economics — kill the farmers and divide the crops.And then, well, oops.The greediest, most sink and swim Republican couldn’t have done more harm to the people of New York City.And that’s without even considering the importance of starting the kernel of a local IT industry, something that has otherwise mostly benefited other regions like Silicon Valley and Seattle, and that it sends a message — New York City is not open to business.By the way, I see people getting hung up on the tax incentive. While I agree thoroughly that the whole tax incentive thing should end, it has to be remembered that New York would not otherwise have received those taxes, that those incentives are normally offered to any business that moves to the City, and that if other locales are offering incentives, New York has to compete. It also has to be remembered that the net tax revenues would have been a huge plus to the City and State, and that the City’s taxes are already uncompetitive so that the tax breaks merely bring them to the level of other locales.And, really, if you care about housing the homeless or fixing the subways, the revenue has to come from somewhere.I take comfort from the fact that those jobs will still be created elsewhere in the country. But it scares me that we are sending representatives to Congress who are so stupid or ideological that they would make the Venezuelan mistake.