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Old 25th February 2009, 05:00 PM   #3
SeattleCPA
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I am a CPA. And I would say that you want to form your entity in the location where you'll ultimately operate. Ie., the place you'll live.

I think what people considering other states (or countries) maybe sometimes miss is fact that if you have a big enough profile in a state (like you, the owner work there... or the business owns property there... or you have people employed in the state), that state gets to tax you.

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