Then I assume you are using schedule C to file your federal taxes.
In California, an LLC with a single owner may
(1) elect to be classified as an association taxable as a corporation, or
(2) elect to disregard its status as an entity separate from its owner, treat its activities as a sole proprietorship, branch, or division of the owner, and have its activities included in the tax return filed by the owner. (See Cal. Code. Reg., tit. 18, § 23038(b)-2(a).)
However unless you are organized as a non-profit and have tax exempt status from the fed, you are still required to pay the 800 dollars a year.
You are required to use form 3522 if any of the following are true:
The LLC has articles of organization accepted by the California Secretary of State (SOS).
The LLC has a certificate of registration issued by the SOS
The LLC Is doing business in California.
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