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You do not need to incorporate, and you may use the other company for now. Of course, it is always better to incorporate so that you have a legal entity by which you operate, collect fees, pay taxes, and so on. If you choose not to incorporate at this point, then you should at least have a wr...

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The best place to start a company is Delaware. It has the most protections for businesses and has a long history of being the state of incorporation for almost all of the major companies in the United States. The incorporation process can be difficult but there are some services that help like n...

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It's really impossible to answer this question without a fuller analysis of your specific tax situation. "Float between" won't be the terminology used in a tax treaty! That being said, we've attempted to distill down different incorporation options at Incorporations.IO which is a free comparison...

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The best way to incorporate a software company in the US is to request a consultation with a US-based attorney. Start by seeking an attorney in the state where you plan to hire your US-based sales manager. Answering this question in full without knowing a lot of business details will lead to ...

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I'll keep try to keep this answer brief, but there are several factors and nuances that can be discussed in more depth. Where you decide to incorporate partly depends on what your future goals are with your company. Companies that plan to seek venture capital or go public typically choose Delawar...

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Making a new company will cost some money up front with no certainty of commercial success. A simple workaround, if you both know and trust each other, is to make a shareholder's agreement for the company to be incorporated and a contract saying how the shares will be divided. Since you're the ...

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Yes, you absolutely can have your virtual office wherever you wish for public facing correspondance. it is a good idea for your registered agent to be where you are incorporated. Most of your customers will not know the name of the corporation (unless writing a check to you or become a vendor f...

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This is not tax or legal advice. Two things stand out - usually people leave it up to the investors to ask for preference shares and also I see a lot of family members in that cap table. He could pool them into one entity to make the structure less complex IMO. You'll want to make sure typical pr...

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Delaware's laws are friendly to the company and shareholders and predictable and familiar to investors. Costs are low. For these reasons, this is the most common state of incorporation. Unless you have a compelling other reason, this would be the most logical choice. Absent regulatory reasons, ...

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I am not an accountant or an attorney and this is not "professional advice." As a Canadian living in the US, my understanding as you have dual citizenship is that you must pay US taxes on everything you make anywhere in the world. So in addition to any taxes you may pay Canada, you must pay taxe...

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