Well I have been the sole owner for many years and just last year I went ahead and ordered the LLC name but have not been planning on filing as a LLC..
But I can include my wife as a owner as well which ever may be best and the least amount of work...
Thanks. As a single member entity (and even if your wife is also an owner, it's remains a single member entity), it's basically a disregarded entity and you don't have to file a separate return for the entity. You can simply put any activity it has, if any, on Schedule C of your 1040.
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