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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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Hi, if you are stateside, I recommend a great assurance and tax accounting firm, Elliott Davis. If you need to discuss how to structure your business - call the Greenville,SC office and speak to Charles Duke (this is his wheelhouse). I specialize in identifying new revenue within the categories y...

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You can fund your new Corporation bank account by depositing personal funds into that Corporation account for initial capital for the business. That investment can be classified as a loan to the Corporation or may be for issued stock shares of the Corporation (a needed conversation). I can help ...

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Best to talk with your Tax Preparer about this. I suggest H&R Block Executive Tax Services. They're highly competent. If you're a US Citizen you're taxed on 100% of your global income anyway. If you haven't been paying tax on 100% of your income, your best action is to immediately work with you...

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Hi, I'm not in Oregon so you'll need to speak to a local tax expert to verify the details but here is how it works: When you issue points you're creating a liability. You owe something to someone. It's like a gym which sells a one-year membership, they're only supposed to recognize 1/12 of the...

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Great question. Check out this link: http://www.irs.gov/uac/Do-I-have-to-File-a-Tax-Return%3F PLEASE go speak to a professional about this. You might call one of the tax dudes here on Clarity (go figure...). In the past I have always filed a return -- even if taxes were not owed. It buttons t...

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If you're not an American or Canadian citizen + you have no physical location, you only pay your Estonian taxes.

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I am not an accountant, but I do have a good understanding of this concept. It works like this. If you are self employed there is a slef employment tax on all your income of 15%. This essentially goes toward social security and Medicare. So let's say you make $100k in profit that means it's $...

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There are so many different moving pieces in this type of situation, you're best bet is to reach out to an expert accountant. Personally, I use and recommend Eric from Charitax (http://charitax.com)

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