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Getting a LLC

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by 00CivicEX, Sep 29, 2009.

  1. 00CivicEX

    00CivicEX Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey all, im going to get a LLC to get multiple CPA accounts and have a few questions. When applying for the CPA account do I use my physical address? Cause i have already used them for my cpa accounts I have now or should i use my fiancee house? If there is anything other helpful stuff you can tell me let me know. Thanks!
     
  2. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    You lost me. Why do you need a LLC to have mutiple CPA accounts? How about one LLC with CPA accounts with multiple networks.
     
  3. 00CivicEX

    00CivicEX Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Im saying, I want like 2 CX Accounts...I already have one in my name with my address. Im wanting to get a LLC to get another CX account. Should I use my same address on the LLC or A diffrent one...
     
  4. twoj04

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    You could probably get away with the address, since an LLC would be an office building most likely. I believe the post ****************** made about having multiple accounts in the same network was deleted when he was banned, but I think he said to do a PO box to be safe.

    Cheers :slap:
     
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  5. 00CivicEX

    00CivicEX Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks for the info, P.O Box it is
     
  6. sdtopensied

    sdtopensied Regular Member

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    If you're in the US, you can check out these UPS stores. Most of them offer a mailbox that is an actual, physical address rather than a P.O. box. I haven't run into any networks that frown on P.O. boxes, but it's worth considering.

    Another thought...if you want multiple accounts with the same network, you can form multiple LLC's.

    -SDT

     
  7. azxten

    azxten Junior Member

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    I think I read somewhere that you can start an LLC then get unlimited DBAs to start various accounts with.
     
  8. 00CivicEX

    00CivicEX Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yeh, im gonna check out the UPS Stores...Cause I heard there might be problems with the P.O. Box. Since its not a physical address.
     
  9. thugkilla

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    you dont need to get an LLC to get unlimited dba, an individual can get unlimited DBA (cost about $114 for the initial dba then an addtl $6 for each one after - if you file for all your DBAs at once)

    LLCs are more costly
     
  10. spcldeal

    spcldeal Registered Member

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    If you are going to do a Nevada LLC, you can check out MailLinkPlus.com as they offer a physical address as well as mail forwarding.
     
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    LLCs, lol, too funny. Don't be disregarded with an LLC.

    Yeah, the cpa nets want one account per address.