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Same as any other entity (or person). Entity pays taxes in it's domicile jurisdiction. Best you talk with a tax preparer in your home country to ensure you have all the details. And... If you're a US citizen + your SAAS company is generating massive cash, likely best to organize your entity in...

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If the LLC continues to be a disregarded entity, and you as the sole owner continue to be a nonresident alien for U.S. tax purposes, then you won't be able to get a U.S. tax residency certificate. If you file an election for the LLC to be taxed as a C corporation, then the LLC will be a regarde...

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There are two main considerations. First, if you are selling products to U.S. residents located in various states, you may be liable to collect state sales tax depending upon the residency of your customers. Second, you may be liable for federal income taxes on your net earnings if it's determi...

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I have used TurboTax business version for years. I've waffled between having a professional assist, but even with someone doing my taxes, all the upfront work is still the same. good luck!

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Work with your Tax Preparer. I'd suggest H&R Block Executive Tax Services to ensure all your filings are correct.

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I work on a lot or research and data related work. Based on my past experience, I remember creating a database of top legal firms across the globe for one of my client. I believe there are good numbers of data for Canada as well. If this can help you, I can provide the list and you can connect wi...

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Donations of in-kind services generally cannot be deducted. Donations of in-kind items (clothes, food, computers, etc.) are deductible. But the amount of the deduction is basically up to the donor; they declare the market value of the items. This is obviously very subjective, but there are some ...

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Investments aren't taxable. You need to make sure you have proper documentation from your investors showing either their membership interest (LLC), shares (C or S Corp), or other article of organization showing their ownership interest in some way. You are required to pay taxes on revenues earn...

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yes, if you have an LLC you probably already have to file quarterly or as per your state's regulations. Regardless of the frequency even if you are making zero sales, zero expenses, etc. you need to report them as the files are due.

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