provide consultancy in other state


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maks71

I have a S-corp in CA. Recently I moved to North Carolina
and become a NC resident and will be providing on-site
consultancy for a client in NC. I have following questions.

1) Can I use my CA corporation to provide consultancy to NC
client?
2) If yes, what legal formality I need to do?
3) Which State's taxes would I pay as employee of CA
corporation but NC resident. NC or CA?

thanks in advance for your answers..

maks
 
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Katie

Oops. I answered this on misc.taxes. Would have done it
here if I had known it was posted here. Anyway, look there.

Katie in San Diego
 
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Harlan Lunsford

I have a S-corp in CA. Recently I moved to North Carolina
and become a NC resident and will be providing on-site
consultancy for a client in NC. I have following questions.

1) Can I use my CA corporation to provide consultancy to NC
client?

2) If yes, what legal formality I need to do?
If you left the corporation in California with a registered
agent there, and, if the corporation files necessary state
tax returns, etc, AND if you then register that corporation
with North Carolina as a foreign corporation, ... whew....
yes.
3) Which State's taxes would I pay as employee of CA
corporation but NC resident. NC or CA?
Both

What I would do is get rid of California corporation and
form a new NC corporation which continues the old
corporation, making necessary entries in the corporate
minutes as a resolution moving the body. You can then use
same IRS EIN. And since you'll have NC employee(s), in
either case, you'll need to register with Raleigh.

ChEAr$,
Harlan Lunsford, EA n LA
 
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