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LLC annual tax

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by teguh123, May 25, 2009.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    According to http://www.offshoreprivacy.de/The_Delaware_LLC.html

    Owners' names are not disclosed to the state. The company is not required to report any assets. The company can be operated and managed worldwide and the company needs to maintain at least one member/manager.

    I noticed that the owners' never show up in the tax bill. The one that "owe" the tax to delaware is the LLC. Not the owner. But the Delaware don't even know that.

    It seems to me that they have no plan to chase the owner of LLC. Am I right?

    Anyone knows anyone that has their assets taken or go to jail for not paying LLC franchise tax. I mean paying $600 is no biggie. But it can cause even more problem like not proving who the owner of the LLC is.

    I mean a friend of mine is taxed billed $600 for not paying LLC' franchise fee. I think it's very dangerous to pay money to those with little or no bargaining position. It'll open a floodgate of lawsuits if people know you're softy.

    What forum I should ask this question on?
    Anyone else form an LLC and forget about it?
     
  2. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Okay guys.

    Here is the problem. A friend of mine open an LLC for someone else. Then they all forget about it.

    Now there is a tax bill because delaware demand $600 franchise tax fee.

    What will happen if we keep ignoring the fee?

    Will we not be able to do biz in US ever again>?

    Any good tax forum?

    Where is the rule that says that the owner of the LLC is liable for the tax of the LLC?
     
  3. derrickvwall

    derrickvwall Newbie

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    600$ for anononimity is cheap, very very cheap.