i did. i don't know what happened to it.
what i basically stated was that the operating agreement generally determines the percentage of profit and distribution. if it is silent, you would likely do a distribution in amounts that match up with percentage ownership. also, if the 2 of you are the sole members, you can make any changes you want at any time.
as far as taxes, most LLCs are pass-thru entities for tax purposes. that is, they are usually taxed like partnerships where the income flows to the individual level and you and your wife would pay the taxes on your individual returns. you , of course, would need to file a tax return (like a partnership return) and there would be K-1 schedules like a partnership that would be reflective of your individual allocated income. that would then be paid with your taxes. if you expect there to be significant amounts of income, you may want to pay estimated taxes but, as stated, from an individual perspective. keep in mind, if there are employees and payroll taxes due from the entity, that is a different story and would need to be remitted.
with respect to the method of distribution, you can transfer or wire funds in any fashion you desire. you would be advised to keep accurate records of any such transaction and of the income and expenses so that it is clearly marked and you can achieve the benefits of acting through this entity.