i did not form an LLC in CT. I file as a Foreign LLC. Also, i did file with PA, but since I did not earn any income in PA i paid no tax.
according to the link you send me there is no fine associated with not filing an annual report. so maybe i should incorporate in another state and don't to anything with PA. what do you think and also which state is best for an LLC.
what is the centennial report?
you are doing a great job! let's assume for this tax year i remain with the PA LLC. i have friend in PA and i can use her adress or i could go with service. i assume it makes no difference. what forms do i have to file this year for the tax year 2012?what is the cost?last year it was zero.
For Corporation Tax Purposes: A limited liability company (LLC) doing business in Pennsylvania or registered to do business in Pennsylvania is subject to capital stock/ foreign franchise tax regardless of their federal income tax status and is required to file the RCT-101, PA Corporate Tax Report. When filing the RCT-101, PA Corporate Tax Report, the LLC must submit a complete copy of its federal income tax return including all schedules, statements and federal Schedules K-1 to:
With Payment PA DEPT OF REVENUE PAYMENT ENCLOSED
You forgot this part of my question for the registered agent
i have friend in PA and i can use her adress or i could go with a paid service. i assume it makes no difference.
i am all set, u forgot to answer this but i already had paid you.
I asked this in an earlier question and you never responded to it. i believe i should not have to pay you twice? i gave you a good tip?
i paid you $20 plus a $5 tip?correct?
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