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Partnership or LLC or What-Have-You?

I have a partner in a business. Our shares aren't equal, but we'd like to set up a business (like an LLC or something, to protect us individually from liability). We're paid a sum of money once each month, and the next day, we'd each withdraw our percentage to our personal bank accounts.

I don't want to have to file corporate taxes - the "company" would never incur any expenses on its own, it'd never carry a balance for more than a day or so at a time, and all money would be disbursed, at the set percentages, to two people.

Is this possible?

P.S. I live in PA, my partner lives in CA.

One Response to "Partnership or LLC or What-Have-You?"

  1. Page 32 describes the differences in PA. http://www.newpa.com/webfm_send/1439

    The tax structure for the LLC is that is "passes through" to be filled out on your personal income tax return. Yours would be a multi-member LLC and you could set up the distribution % in your operating agreement.


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