Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX I would like to help you.
Please stand by while I do a little research.
You have a couple of options. One, you have already outlined...you can dissolve the NJ LLC, and form a new CT LLC. Or, two, you can keep the NJ LLC operating, and file a registration of a foreign LLC in CT. Here is the link to the CT secretary of state website with the necessary forms: http://tinyurl.com/3o9p467
From a cost point of view, you have already paid to form the NJ LLC, so there if no need to incur that cost again.
The LLC will be treated the same in CT as in NJ from a income tax point of view, and there is no effect on your FEIN.
The CT secretary of state website, at http://tinyurl.com/495ja5g has a great deal of information for you. Look under "Business Services".
I hope this answers all of your questions.
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