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Question: I have a small business and want to change from a NJ Corporation to a LLC. No debts or problems, just need to scale down. I live in Florida, but most of my work is in NJ (90 percent).(Audio Engineer) Should I form the LLC in NJ or Florida. Thank you, Mike
Response: You should form the LLC in New Jersey. Here is a link to New Jersey Secretary of State's website:
Last question, if I get a LLC in NJ, can I still work shows in Florida? Thanks
Response: Yes. However, you must first register the New Jersey LLC in Florida. Same thing if you create the LLC in Florida. You must register the Florida LLC in New Jersey in order to do business in New Jersey.
Here are links to both websites:
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