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What is the nature of your business? How many partners or owners will there be? When you say you have addresses in each of those states does that mean you will have operations based in each of those states? Are you considering going public?
I am going to be putting computers in hotel rooms for quests to use and they will pay per use. I will be the only owner.
No, I dont have a business in those states. I just have a residence there
No, not going public
Nevada has probably the best tax rate so I would suggest you incorporate there. I won't bore you with some of the more involved tax issues but I think NV will give the best tax result overall. You will have to pay taxes in all states where you have computers but just on the revenue generated from that state. If you do an LLC, you will file a schedule C on your personal tax return. The LLC is probably a simpler set up in terms of your taxes. An S corp. requires a separate tax return filing and has a few more formalities.
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Ok, that was what I was thinking NV. thanks for your help.