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Good morning, are you really there? JA: No. I'm the
Good morning, are you really there?JA: No. I'm the Accountant's Assistant.Customer: a computer then?JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: I want to trade as a hobby, what is the best approach? An LLC?JA: Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?Customer: I live in TexasJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Accountant about your situation and then connect you two.
My corporation that is inactive, involvement, has no
My corporation that is inactive, involvement, has no employees and no debt is a mortgage holder on a parcel of land. The mortgagee has served the corp. papers to expunge the mortgage. Since there are no funds to obtain an attorney I want to represents the corp pro se. I have heard of a winding down clause. Is that something I can claim in order to proceed pro se? is there any other options to proceed pro se?
Our local ordinance describes the duties and powers of the
Our local ordinance describes the duties and powers of the President of Council who oversteps his position frequently by blocking agenda items by my ward councilman. When presented with the ordinance he declared he still had absolute authority. The Township Solicitor stated the ordinance was in a sense null by State Statute some Title 40. How can this be legal ? How can we have representation if our Councilman is perpetually blocked by adding things to the agenda by simple claims such as... more information is required? Very concerned about our rights.
One of our shareholders who is Turkish citizen has "Hong
One of our shareholders who is Turkish citizen has "Hong Kong Company", "Hong Kong Business Bank Account", "Hong Kong Personal Bank Account" and the "United States Personal Bank Account". He wants to transfer their profits which hold in "Hong Kong Company" from "Hong Kong Personal Bank Account" to the "United States Personal Bank Account" for regularly. What are the possible tax responsibilities and regulations in the United States for him?- He has also a LLC company in the United States with the same name in "Hong Kong Company". Can this situation cause any problem?Note: He hasn't the United States citizenship and he is non-resident.
I represent a national non-profit health organizationView more business law questions
Hi, I represent a national non-profit health organization (501c3) which conducts a walk-a-thon in Cook County. The volunteers who coordinate the event want to add a raffle to the Walk to raise more money. It appears from what I'm reading that the organization would be required to obtain a license to do this -- and the application fee is $10,000. Since this type of raffle held in other areas usually doesn't raise more than $1,000 -- max -- and all of the raffle prizes are donated am I correct that we'd need to obtain a submit an application and pay the fee to conduct such a raffle?