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I need a physical business location in the us

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by lemyen, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. lemyen

    lemyen Junior Member

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    hello guys i need a physical business location in the us prefferably a state i will be exempted off taxes anyone with knowledge on how to go about it
     
  2. Alpha.

    Alpha. Power Member

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    Just Google "virtual office" and you'll find all you need! It's the cheapest solution really...

    btw Durban as in Durban,ZA? I grew up there, lovely area ;)
     
  3. MadStacks

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    ^Correct. Setting up shop anywhere in any state within the USA will incur taxes.
     
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    Oh btw, if you're going for the whole "I don't want taxes" in the U.S. approach, you'd be best off opening a delaware holding company.. But no matter which way you're going, you'll have to pay some taxes (plus fees!)
     
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    Try to open Virtual Office. This way it could cut some time. But taxes can't be avoided no matter what
     
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    Two things are certain in this world:

    Taxes & Death!

    So, I guess you are only left with the cheapest option of a Virtual Office, even though I am not so much familiar with it.

    Good Luck!
     
  7. bradsteves

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    The virtual office approach - some are able to get by with using a mailbox at a local mail center (non USPS or UPS Store).
    There are a handful of related taxes and fees that you'll have to pay regardless, but your total cost depends on the nature of your business. Some states charge state tax on total revenue while others change tax on profit. All have some registration fees, etc. Some are at formation and others are annual. Nevada and Texas seem to have a nice mix of low taxes and fees, but I'm not intimately familiar with the details.

    Of course, you'll be required to pay federal taxes
     
  8. MadStacks

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    Really OP I do not understand why you need a physical address here since the cost is a lot unless you go with a remail service
    or virtual office. We need more information to help you further as to what your goals are?