Yes I will be doing business in Nebraska, Its actually the case where I am buying all the assets of the company which is iphone and ipad apps, but to maintain the apple iOS store rankings I have to purchase the whole LLC/business. The seller is OK with this and once this is done, I will continue to sell the iphone/ipad app on the Apple controlled app store.
so the questions are:
hi sorry stepped away back now
so if I keep the llc in WA, do I have to file taxes there? Do I have to find a WA Tax person?
so a simple Bill Of Sale suffices?
Something like this document is enough?
do you have a place where I can get a proper purchasing agreement? a Boilerplate template maybe?
Should the Governing law be nebraska (buyers state) or Washington(sellers state)
I need a cheaper option. I cant afford that right now...sorry....
so basically selling the llc for him means selling his interests to a new party. he can choose to sell 100% of the stock to me the new buyer.
Once I get this Bill of sale or the purchase agreement signed by all members and new members, do I have to submit this anywhere? like to State of Nebraska?
Does the seller need to submit it to his state?
What about my EIN number, does that stay the same?
so how does the IRS know that I (new owner) will be filing the taxes for the new company and not go looking for the old members?
if we don't file the agreements anywhere...
I'm glad you have Apple experience .... they are hard to deal with...
ahh yes ok... :)
do you know if apple lets us change bank account information right? just asking since you may know...from previous cases...
so a current LLC can own another LLC right? currently the taxes flow into our personal income tax forms...will they both flow into our personal? or the child flows into the parent llc and then in turn that flows into our personal income taxes?
excellent answers - thank you....very much,
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