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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
all taxes are in quickbooks to review and update as needed review/update quick books for 2014 taxes to match taxes filed last year prepare 2015 tax returns for s-corp (2) and personal (1) file directly or prepare for me to file corporation 1: federal plus NY/NC/PA/SC corporation 2: federal alone (simple return) Personal: federal plus NY
Skills: International taxation Corporate Taxes Intuit QuickBooks Tax Law
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need answers to a few LLC related US tax questions. These are general questions that should help me discern the best way forward. The actual LLC has not been set up yet. We are in the early planning stages. NOTE: Please only respond if you hold a relevant CPA/tax advisor or legal qualification. This is the back story: A US LLC has two members and is taxed as a partnership. One member is a US citizen, the other member is a UK citizen who does not reside in the US and never has resided there. According to the management agreement of the LLC the US member is entitled to 1% of the profits of the LLC and the foreign member is entitled to 99% of the LLC profits. The LLC has no income that is connected to a trade in the US: There are no US customers, no US suppliers, no US employees. There are no offices in the US other than a virtual office. No client services are rendered in the US. No sales or marketing activities are performed in or from the USA. The foreign LLC member does never travel to the US to conduct business there. When the two members meet they meet outside the USA. The US member of the LLC is essentially in charge of any admin work concerning the LLC, such as bookkeeping and record keeping. The LLC has a US bank account with Chase. Here are my questions: 1. Is it correct to assume that only the 1% of LLC profits the US member is entitled to are taxable in the US? 2. Is it correct to assume that the 99% of LLC profits the UK member is entitled to will not be taxed in the USA. 3. Is it correct to assume that the UK member of the LLC will not need to declare the income from the LLC on a US tax return. I need the answers to these questions by email. I don't need a very long document. A short nut precise opinion will be enough. Any references to the IRS tax code or previous rulings are greatly appreciated. If you have personally dealt with similar matters in the past I would be interested to hear from you.
Skills: International taxation Corporate Taxes Tax Law
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Hello, Pleased to meet you. I need your help. I sell a pretty popular product online that honestly everyone uses at one point or another in their life. Online sales are going great. I need someone who is great at paperwork who understands the cycle of how to get a product into the retail market places. Understanding compliance. I have a list so I know where to send you or we can have a meeting to see what the best most viable targets to approach first. This could turn into a long term thing. Enough retails accounts I am going to need an account manager / virtual assistant to manage all the comings and going. I am going to be real with you. I need to trust you and I need to work closely with you. Things don't go right your out. And that is just because I want this to really work. This is a big opportunity for me and you. No flaky people. I am asking for a solid commitment on top of excellent communication skills and someone who can effectively negotiate - who has experience retail negotiations. If you can bring real value to the table - personal contacts that buy we will work out a profit sharing arrangement as well. Bring your best. Looking to hire quickly.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 4
Skills: International taxation Compliance International Law Negotiation
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am currently looking for an accountant with the credentials and experience to finalize tax report for my company. We have assets in Canada-US and UK. The financial year closing is done , we only have to prepare and send final tax report to the government Please if you are interested, post your fee and credentials Jean-Philippe Beaudet
Skills: International taxation Accounting Financial Accounting Tax preparation
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5,000 - Posted
I am Pakistan based consultancy, but i have few clients for which i usually need to file a tax return in USA, hence i am looking for a business partner who can work with me and file return on behalf of my clients. If you are successful to join my team, he or she will get full fees for the return which is received from client. The amount mentioned in budget is just dummy as your payment will be dependent on amount received from client.
Skills: International taxation Corporate Taxes Property Tax Tax preparation
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hi...we need someone who can both initially advise and continually be a part of a new app development business. IFOr tax reasons, is it better to incorporate in Australia or the US? (I have an EIN so apple won't retain30% tax) OR...Is it better (and more conservative) to start with an ABN and see how successful the app is before incorporating in the US? We obviously need someone who is experienced in the US/ Aust tax treaty and who also knows how the tech world works. I am also starting a business for upsells with another guy with a 70/30 split, which will use lists form the app. Is it a better idea to create 2 separate businesses/ companies, or amalgamate the 2? This is it for now....I want to get it right from the beginning, and the successful applicant will also be considered for a more permanent relationship. Thank you! Baxter
Skills: International taxation Accounting
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