Generally, all types of businesses without looking at their size and the number of employees must get an EIN. Therefore, you are required to have an EIN if you have a company in the US, but in some cases, you may not need to have one at all. EIN is used by the IRS – […]
There are two types of tax identification numbers in the United States for individuals. The first is the Social Security Number which can be obtained only if the person is a US citizen, has a Green Card or has a visa that provides him/her with a temporary residency in the US. The other number is […]
Forming an LLC in the State of Delaware is almost as easy as starting an account on social media. Sure, you do have to go through some procedures; but it is quite simple to do. The first step is to choose a company name that must be unique. Then, this name is to be registered […]
You should not have any U.S. federal tax obligation for just transferring money through the LLC’s bank account as long as you are the owner of all the accounts involved. However, you will have to pay DE franchise tax(approx. $300 annually) to keep the LLC active.
The most considerable benefit of an EB-5 Visa is getting a Green Card. Even though every person has his/her own reason to desire of getting a Green Card, here are some of the privileges U.S. Green Card owners have: The Investor has the ability to bring other family members to the U.S. after proper application […]
It depends on many factors such as what you are selling, where and to whom you are selling. The taxes you are obligated to pay are mainly based on your business type. At a minimum, you will have to pay Delaware Franchise Tax which is approximately $300 annually. Contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or […]
We kindly would like to remind you that due to COVID-19, the EIN procedure takes 1 – 6 weeks and the ITIN procedure takes 6 – 14 weeks roughly. It is delayed because of the IRS. Thank you for your understanding on the matter. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Delaware and Wyoming are both known to be great for small businesses. Which one to choose for your new company depends solely on your priorities. For LLC type companies, Wyoming will be the choice of those who prioritize lower annual fees. If you don’t have any assets, Wyoming takes as little as $50 annually to […]