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My business is registered in Delaware as an LLC with a

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Hi Pearl, my business is registered in Delaware as an LLC with a partner. My partner is no longer with the company. I would like to move the business to PA where I live. I am also changing the name of the company but would like to keep the EIN as it's been an established company of 8 years.

Lawyer's Assistant: Can you tell me what state the LLC is registered in?

Delaware

Lawyer's Assistant: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?

In Delaware or PA?

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Answer: This may be possible, but you need to contact the IRS in order to do so.

Inform the IRS of your new business name. Write to the address where you filed your return if you are a sole proprietorship. A representative of the business must sign the letter. Include your EIN number on the letter. Fill out form Form 1065 for the current year if you are a partnership. Mark the "name change" box on page 1, line G, box 3. Write a letter to the IRS informing the agency of the change if you have already filed a return for the current year. A partner in your firm must sign the form. Fill out Form 1120, and ***** *****ne E, box 3 on page 1 if you are a corporation. Fill out form 1120S, and ***** *****ne H, box 2 on page 1 if you are an S corporation. If you have already filed your return for the current year, write to the IRS at the address where you filed your return and inform the agency of your new business. Include your EIN number and have a corporate officer sign the letter.

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