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The LLC is treated as a disregarded entity and the loss will flow to your personal return. You need to show the Gross income on the Schedule C and your expenses so the IRS can see that you had a loss and does not treat the Gross as Net with tax applied.
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You have to file a 1040NR form and attach the Schedule C to that.
The EIN is shown on the Schedule C.
The forms are available at irs.gov or you can have a tax professional complete them for you.
Your income not sourced to the US is not reported on the 1040NR.
Only your US sourced income is reported (the GROSS) and then the expenses.
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Your inventory is listed on the Schedule C under your cost of goods sold. To determine these costs, you must value your inventory at the beginning and end of each tax year.
You then list those on the Schedule C.