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how do make sure the website is owned by the corp or business i registered.
do i have to change the domain registration?
the corp will have its own seperate busienss bank.
but does the paid subscription required to go through that bank acc? its going to a personal account atm that is not mine.
does this have any difference/effect on my personal proerpty with or without having such business plan setup?
great thanks for the info
yes i am planning to pay the website costs form the business account for the records.
but the most important thing is the subscription profit the site is making monthly.
its currently going through a personal bank in china for various safety reasons.
would it be ok to continue this business model for any future debt problem/bankruptcy
the reason im asking this is because
i don't want to spend all the time and effort making the corp and ended up with results like what you just mentioned - "corp veil".
so i want to take the proper steps first before anything happens.
im thinking about starting the business in china. where can i get professional advice on what i just stated. is it a lawyer or accoutant or agent.
ok i get what you are saying
i have asked several registering company agents here . they told me they can register LTD for me
if i run everything seperate for LTD and don't mix any personal account with the LTD business account.
my personal property would be safe and protected . right?
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