I want to look at the cheapest way to form a company in California. I know about a DBA, but I'd rather look at forming a LLC or possibly a Corp. I looked into creating a Delaware LLC to avoid California's $800 franchise tax. From all my research, even if the company only does online business, if the operations and employees are located in California, you are still required to pay that tax. Does anyone have any information on this or any other options to form a company in California?
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Posted 21 April 2013 - 09:35 PM
If you're physically living in California and you make money, you have to pay California tax. Talk to your accountant and your lawyer.
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Posted 22 April 2013 - 08:28 AM
That's not really an answer -- or even relevant -- to the question being asked Don, please try to pay attention to the topic at hand before replying.
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