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five benefits of incorporating an LLC in the United States of America over the last two years there have been a lot of changes in your offshore world compliance regulations have become higher economic substance regulations have reintroduced and many restrictions it's really difficult now to get bank accounts even for legit business operations so many people have started to move from their offshore business into their own - like other jurisdictions and the United States over the last year has really emerged as a prime location for online entrepreneurs all over the world here are the benefits for you of incorporating a LLC in United States America if you're not a US citizen a limited liability company is a so-called pass-through entity or tax transparent vehicle that means the LLC itself is not being taxed in the United States but the tax obligations are being passed through shooty respective owners if you as a non-us citizen and a non-resident a so-called non-resident alien incorporate a LLC United States and then have a personal residency either in a country it charges very little tax or a country that has a territorial basic sation system that doesn't change any tax on foreign earned income or your perpetual traveler and you're a resident of nowhere then you can legally operate a business that can get all the payment processing you ever want stripe papal Braintree you can get good banking with solid banks you get banking with all sorts of neo bangs that transferwise or mercury and you can make that money completely tax-free because the United States doesn't text you as long as you don't have economic substance in the United States meaning employees and offer or something like that any any kind of assets and your personal taxes your personal tax residency also doesn't charge you any type of personal income tax so now you have the best of both worlds you have a rigorous diction with a very high reputation solid banking you can give your customers invoices that they have no issues deducting in their local high tech jurisdictions but at the same time your personal tax load is zero this is probably one of the best set ups right now it's very cost effective to set up it's very cost effective to maintain it's very easy to set up you don't require a lot of documentation you don't require utility bills and this is probably a setup that many of you can really put to a great effect if you need further in term a information about how exactly to set this up where do you go what what company to use to set this up how to get all of the documents in order then send me a send me an email to the email address below this video and I can help you to guide you through this process this is Chris from offshore secrets I hope you liked this video please subscribe and I see you on the next video
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hi Lee Phillips again talking about subchapter S stock or corporations or LLC's taxed under subchapter S the IRS has certain rules that you have to follow in order to have a subchapter S tax classification and that could be a corporation legal structure or an LLC legal structure either one can be taxed under subchapter S of the IRS code basically subchapter S was developed to make it so that mom-and-pop could have the corporate shield and be protected by their corporation or their limited liability company their LLC and still basically be taxed as a partnership we didn't want to submit them to the taxation dividends and all that crap of a chapter C organization yeah except chapter C you know it's it's difficult so we created subchapter S and in order to qualify that for that the company the LLC or the corporation has to be a domestic company can't be a foreign company it the only people who can own subchapter S stock or LLC membership interests are basically warm blooded United States citizens now we could have a green card holder and there's a bunch of rules but basically you've got to be a warm blooded American that means that another corporation or another LLC can't own subchapter S entity they can't own an interest in the subchapter S entity now you can have a qualified subchapter S trust or a electing small business trust or there are a number of trust variations that could own subchapter S interests and they're okay but basically they have to have only one beneficiary kind of the gig is that is is the IRS wants to know who they can tax for this money that is coming through this LLC or this corporation so they've set all of these rules in place so that we know who are gonna put the finger on and who we're gonna tax for the money that comes through this entity so you can't have another company on it yes interest you can't have a foreign own an S interest L and you can only have up to a hundred owners now husband and wife can be considered one owner and they're a bunch of variations on that but basically no more than a hundred and when I started out this will tell you how long I've been doing it it was 25 so they've gradually upped it so that we can have up to a hundred owners of the LLC or the corporation which is taxed under subchapter S of the IRS code so you've got to follow the rules and if you don't follow the rules you get screwed because the IRS comes back in and says no no no no this isn't an S corporation er this is a corporation that's taxed under Chapter C of the IRS code or an LLC that's taxed under Chapter C of the IRS code and that throws the whole thing in and they go back and they assess everybody with the taxes and and it really screws things up so you want to make sure that you are following all of the rules whenever you have an S entity and if your mom-and-pop and you're downtown US and you've been citizens for 69 million years you were born here and bla bla bla bla bla it's no big deal if you start to use trust so on the interest then maybe that is a bigger deal and mom and dad actually want their living revocable trust to own their subchapter S interest because that way it won't have to be probated when mom and dad died so that's a big deal and and I have another YouTube about trusts owning subchapter S interests don't forget to subscribe because I put up new information all the time I try and do at least one a week and you get to be notified when that happens and don't forget to follow the links to the other YouTube videos that I have that are relevant to what we're talking about here this is Lee Phillips talking about subchapter S entities and ownership
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