I am a US citizen who might be moving to to Canada due to my husband's work. If I want to start and run an LLC serving US clients (consulting business, not selling any physical product), can I do that? Do I need a physical address in the US? What would be the best state to incorporate in?
You can certainly run a U.S. business from Canada, and you don't need any physical address in the U.S. other than Registered Agent address in the state of registration, which we provide as a service anyway.
For choice of state I would recommend Wyoming - it's one of the more favorable states for businesses located abroad, and one of the cheapest and more reliable to file and to maintian your company in.
You are welcome to contact us directly via email or chat if you have any additional questions or want to get assistance with placing an order.
Good luck with your business,
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