Hello to all (let-me to publish in the Group!)
Offers funding to individuals.You need to borrow money to create or enlarge your own project. You need to borrow money to buy or build your own home. You need to borrow money to pay your debt and buy your dream car. Do get more concern because I am a french individual who provides money from € 5,000 € - 5,000,000 loans to individuals who are in need and who are serious and responsible. My interest rate is 3%. My mail: email@example.com
I have already published several articles about the legal entities in the USA. But it is obvious that there is still a lot of wrong and misleading information out there and that even "consultants and advisers” are providing incorrect information especially when it comes to taxation.
While a Corporation (Inc.) shares the same personal liability protection for the owners compared to a Limited Liability Company (LLC), the tax consequences are totally different.
If a foreign investor starts a business in the USA with a C-Corporation, this legal entity faces double taxation and most likely a higher tax rate compared to a LLC. In addition, startup losses can’t be compensated with other sources of income since it is limited to the Inc. itself. Going further, expenses for launching and operating an Inc. is much greater compared to other business forms. This said, be aware that starting and running a business in the USA with a C-Corporation is most likely not in favor for you due to the fact that there are better alternative options available. The best business formation depends on several factors and taxation is a vital aspect. For further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation.
This time I write in German, but that shouldn't be a problem, or ist it?
Ob man es in Stellenanzeigen liest oder durch geschicktes Fragen herauskitzelt, in Workshops als Weiterbildung anpreist oder in der Wirtschaftspresse löblich erwähnt: das Gefühl, man habe es mit einer Amöbe oder einer Wackelpudding-Organisation zu tun, bleibt. Immer formbar und verformbar. Anschmiegsam an die wechselnden Herausforderungen der Märkte und jederzeit die ideale Organisation schlechthin: schlagkräftig, nach außen erfolgreich und (vielleicht sogar) profitabel.