Written by attorney John Kiritsis

If I have a New Jersey business, should I set up a Delaware LLC? John Kiritsis, Esq. 212 922 0005

Generally, the optimal State with regards to incorporating a business would be the State, where the principal place of business would be located. So if you are looking to set up an LLC, and your business would be out of New Jersey, then odds you 'll be more suited with a New Jersey LLC.

Additional resources provided by the author

New Jersey RULLCA -- Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act -- Internal Revenue Code -- TCJA (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017) -- Delaware LLC Law Statutes -- U.S. Constitution -- Law Offices of John Kiritsis, Esq.

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