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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I am a Canadian and own a Canadian (Ontario) corporation. Currently, I am a US resident. My Canadian company is due a large payment in 2017. If I am a CDN resident I can take advantage of the Canadian Capital Dividend account. Let's use an amount of $1,000,000 to simplify (and we don't need to worry about exchange rates). From my understanding, if I am a Canadian resident, and I have $1,000,000 in the capital dividend account, I can take the first 50% tax free. As a small business, the remaining 50% is taxed at 26.5% ($500,000 * 0.265 = $132,500). Then, the remainder I can take personally and pay personal income tax ($367,500 * 0.45 = $165,375). Under this scenario the total CDN tax paid is $132,50 + $165,375 = $297,875 for a total tax rate of 29.8%. If I remain a US resident I can't take advantage of the capital dividend 50% tax free benefit. What are my best options to minimize the tax burden if I choose to remain in the USA? My Canadian corp can easily set up a US corp (Delaware, Nevada, etc.) if it is required. I currently reside in NV with no state personal income tax.
Skills: Corporate Taxes Accounting Tax Law
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
I am looking for a UK based intellectual property and tax advisor/consultant to provide advice on the correct legal set-up of a new royalty-free stock digital marketplace business I am currently establishing. This isn't specifically a legal drafting project but that rather one off consultancy based work, where the information acquired will be passed on to a lawyer to draft the contributor agreement and business legal documents. This position is more weighted towards someone with a combination of IP and tax advisory background, as most of the questions posed are tax and liability related. Having a good understanding of the following would be beneficial: Business obligations/liabilities Copyright (including classifications) Digital Content Licensing HMRC Complaint Tax Structuring Invoice/VAT Regulations (including ROW compliance) IP + Tax liabilities Ultimately I am looking for answers to questions I have in relation to the structure of the business (from a tax and IP handling perspective) and getting the best advice for setting everything up legally. This will be one off project with potential scope for future projects. Ideally you will be easily reachable by email and/or Skype as a phone call discussion will be required to go over some of the specifics.
Skills: Corporate Taxes Accounting Copyright Intellectual Property Law
Fixed Price Budget - Intermediate ($$) - $50 to $200 - Posted
I'm a software consultant and I run a limited company in the UK. I have about 12 invoices and a few expenses that I need to calculate tax on. The company is not VAT registered, and I have no employees, so the accounts should be fairly straight-forward. I also want to remove one of the shareholders of the company. The deadline is the 29th so I need a quick turnaround. You can take care of the returns for me, or you can guide me over Skype. Please do not apply unless you have genuine experience with limited companies in the UK.
Skills: Corporate Taxes Accounting
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
I have tax return information that I need to migrate into different Excel spreadsheets. The (typically 3 years) of tax return data (or Quickbooks P&L) would be entered into Excel and the matching expense and income values would run across all 3 years' worth. I get one of these projects per week, sometimes 3 in one week, and then sometimes none for 9 weeks straight. Etc...
Skills: Corporate Taxes Accounting Data Entry Microsoft Excel
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
I should have gotten some outside accounting and legal advice before making any move. I didn't do that so now I just have to deal with it. After I retired from my 40 year previous job I wanted to do something different. In July of 2015 I had a C corporation formed. The main reason I went that route was to roll over my retirement account into a new retirement account. So I wouldn't have to pay taxes on the distribution. I should have allowed for all the paper work involved with this business form. So even though I had $0 income up to this point, I still have to deal with the tax aspect of the corporation. From what I have read I needed to file taxes in March of this year. I would also prefer someone who could help me setup Quickbooks accounts. I am located in Wisconsin and it is a Wisconsin corporation. If you think this is a job that I should have done locally, I would appreciate your honesty in this matter. As far as the budget goes. I have no idea what is reasonable at this point. Feel free to enlighten me. Same goes with hourly as opposed to a fixed price.
Skills: Corporate Taxes Financial Accounting Intuit QuickBooks
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
We are a startup company looking to setup a waste engine oil recycling plant which produces Diesel and Base Oil. We are in need of an experienced person or company that could conduct a feasibility study and provide a report to include but not limited to the following. We are looking to open a location in Dallas, Texas or Chicago, IL, or any other city that is viable: 1). Regulatory requirements 2). Market for the Finished products - Base oil & Diesel Oil - Price - Product - Placement - Promotion 3). Market for the waste engine oil - Price - Product - Placement - Promotion 4). Competition for the waste engine oil 5). Competition for Diesel and Base oil 6). Basic Financials 7). Source of waste engine oil 8). Taxation 9). Business Risks
Skills: Corporate Taxes Business Planning Entrepreneurship Environmental Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Hi there, Appreciate the help in advance! We've just sold the assets for our company. This company (doesn't have much activity), has a year end of 30th May 2016. So, we ideally don't want to leave a money in there due to tax. We have a second company that we use for payroll & is our main business focus. It's an unrelated business completely. Can we send the money to the 2nd company somehow? As an investment? How do we pay the money to ourselves tax efficiently and of course legally? The company that receives the money from the asset sale really has no reason to be open any more either. Except for the fact it has cash sitting there. Does this effect anything? I guess in short I am trying to get the money our of there as legally, tax efficiently & sensibly possible. Thanks, Mike
Skills: Corporate Taxes Accounting Tax Law Tax preparation