You will find trend answers of questions asked by our clients

What is needed for incorporating a company in Delaware?

In the US, there is not a general rule on how to set up a company across the country, instead, there are different regulations in each state. All states have basic types of businesses including Sole Proprietorship, General Partnership, Corporation,…

What is a Certificate of Incumbency?

A Certificate of Incumbency is a document that essentially assigns signatory powers to other individuals. It is often used to prove that a particular individual is authorized to enact legally binding transactions on behalf of a company. The difference between…

Why do I need a Registered Agent? Can’t I manage my own?

What is a Registered Agent? In the United States, business law dictates that a registered agent, also known as a resident agent or statutory agent, might be required for certain businesses. A registered agent is a legal or individual person…

What does the Foreign Qualification entail?

Do you have a company incorporated in Delaware and want to do business in other U.S. states? Or, do you have a company in another state and want to enter the Delaware market? In short, if you want to conduct…

What does the Operating Agreement entail?

An operating agreement is a crucial document that is used and required by limited companies to set out the financial and functional decisions of the business including in-house rules, regulations, and provisions. The purpose of the document is basically to…

How can I prove that you own a LLC in Delaware?

Delaware LLCs are the most well-known company type in Delaware and they are probably one of the most flexible types of business types that you can encounter anywhere in the world due to the legal protection and flexibility that provide…

Do I have to obtain an EIN?

Do I have to obtain an EIN? The IRS makes it obligatory to have an EIN if you have employees, are a part of Keogh's plan. Involved with trusts, estates, NGOs, farmers’ cooperatives, file tax returns for alcohol, employment, excise,…

Can I run a business without a Tax ID?

Can I run a business without a Tax ID? Each type of business has some tax responsibilities, but its ways depend on the kind of business. Even if there is no need to have it in some cases, it has…

What are the ITIN Exceptions?

What are the ITIN Exceptions? - Third-Party Withholding on Passive Income - Other Incomes - Third-Party Reporting of Mortgage Interest - Third-Party Withholding—Disposition by a Foreign Person of U.S. Real Property Interest - Reporting Obligations under TD (Treasury Decision) 9363

How to scan Passport and Visa for ITIN Applications?

How to scan Passport and Visa for ITIN Applications? - You need to apply for an ITIN with your current/valid - If you have any old passport, please upload it, too. - The resolution of your passport must be at…

How to Get an ITIN Number Quickly?

How to Get an ITIN Number Quickly? - With our professional team, you do not have to contact to IRS directly. We will expedite your application to get your ITIN application faster. - You do not have to send us…

When Does a Non-US Person Need an ITIN?

When Does a Non-US Person Need an ITIN? You need to file a tax return, You are a spouse or a dependent child, who is not a U.S. citizen or resident, of a U.S. taxpayer, You have any sort of…

Does ITIN Expire?

Your ITIN expire s, if; - Your ITIN has not been used on a federal tax return at least once in three consecutive years, - Additionally, all ITIN’s issued before 2013 with middle digits of 83, 84, 85, 86, or…

What Is A Virtual Address for Business?

A virtual business address is a real street address at a mail center. Or in a prestigious office building location where you elect to receive your business mail and packages.

What is an SS-4 Form?

SS-4 Form Those who form their businesses, trusts, NGO’s and other organizations, are required to fill out the SS – 4 form. It is the form used for applying for an Employee Identification Number – EIN. The EIN is used…