In our consultancy business for those who want to start a business in the United States, we certainly recommend that you consider opening an LLC. However, in addition to opening, you must take into account setting up your foreign company or corporate group in such a way as to avoid any type of tax dispute at a national or international level. Doing this is essential if you want to lay the foundations for a stable and growing economic activity over time.
Thanks to our experience, you will be able to understand where you are wrong in your business project abroad. At the same time we will explain to you how you must operate to be in good standing and we will be able to point you to valid consultants who can assist you in the daily management of your business.
If you want us to analyze your personal situation in relation to the possibility of starting a business abroad, contact us!
We will explain and support you in your project, even up to its conclusion if you wish. All of this, of course, in compliance with national and conventional tax regulations, so that you cannot risk seeing your projects go up in smoke for not having operated in the most correct and legal manner.
Frequently asked questions to open an LLC
Some of the most frequently asked questions about using an American LLC as a non-resident.
What happens if I sell products online and my web hoster is located in the United States?
No problem. Since you are renting the server from an independent agent (the hosting provider), you are not ETBUS (Non-US Entrepreneurs).
Do I need an address in the United States to incorporate a business in the United States?
LLCs must have a registered business address. This doesn’t have to be a real physical address. I recommend that you use a virtual address service for your business address. This is very useful when applying for EIN or opening bank accounts.
Do I need accounting for my LLC?
Even if you have no US income tax obligation and don’t register a 1040-NR, there are still record maintenance requirements for your LLC. Because you will be required to submit Form 5472, you will be required to maintain sufficient permanent books or records to establish correct information filed (Section 6001).