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Ronald J. Cappuccio, J.D., LL.M. (Tax)
Counsellor at Law
1800 Chapel Avenue West, Suite 128
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002 US
(856) 665-2121   Fax (856) 665-9005
Email: Ron@TaxEsq.Com
 
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LLC Business FAQ's

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Category: Business Law

Location: NJ 

Subject: Business License 

If I do a LLC business with one name and have several web businesses with different names can I put them under my LLC name?

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Category: Business Law 

Location: NJ 

Subject: Re: Business License 

Yes, the LLC can have "Alternative Names" filed with the State. Nevertheless, if the businesses are not related, you might be better off having separate LLC's to limit the liability. You should check this with a good LLC lawyer.

I hope his helps!

Ron Cappuccio 

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Category: Computer & Technology Law

Location: WI Subject: can she do that?

I was recently terminated from a salon and i was wondering if it is legal for me to post on one of my websites that i an no longer employed there and an alternate way for clients to find me. She called me today and left a voice mail to take her name off my website or she was going to be contacting her lawyer. I am not trying to slander her name in anyway but since i was not allowed to have my clients contact information i am trying to give them a way to find me.

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Category: Computer & Technology Law

Location: WI Subject: Re: can she do that?

Normally, you have the right to list your work history and contact information on your web site. As long as you are not disparaging the other salon, you should be okay. If you have the funds, I suggest you contact your attorney and review the details and show your attorney the website. I hope this helps!

Ron Cappuccio
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Question

Name: Michael
Subject: Organizing& Incorporating my business
Question: I have a chance to start my own business, but I have no capital. I found my location and possible investors, need to know how do I stay in full control off ownership with the possibility of having 4 other key players and giving them to option to become partners but still having a deal that can put me in the business owner's chair. Is this something that I would be better off having partner's.

Answer: Michael, without capital or access to capital you are not in a realistic position to start a business. Your matter sounds too complicated for an e-mail answer. You should seek a business attorney for a telephone or personal consultation. Expect to pay for an hour of time ($300 - $500) for specific advice.

Concerning your questions, if you are to have partners or investors, you need YOUR LAWYER to prepare the documents. Many times the "Money People" prepare the documents and you end up working for them. If you want to be in control the documents need to spell this out.

I hope this helps!

Ron Cappuccio
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Category: Business Law
Location: NJ
Subject: Registered agent submitting annual report

Hi, My accountant is my registered agent currently and he sent me a letter from the State of NJ, saying they're phasing out paper annual reports and now I have to submit annual reports online and have until september 30th to do it. In the note he enclosed, he also suggested changing the address of record.

My questions: 1) Isn't it the registered agent's responsibility to file the annual report? 2) Wouldn't I HAVE to use his address (currently listed) if he's the registered agent?

It doesn't sit well with me, and I'm looking for a lawyer in bergen county (hudson, essex, or passaic are ok too) to deal with annual reports and whatever filing needs to be done, and also to serve as my registered agent.

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Category: Business Law
Location: NJ
Subject: Re: Registered agent submitting annual report

First, it is unusual for an accountant to be the Registered Agent. Frequently, it is best to have an attorney be the Registered Agent and Office so if any law suits are filed, your attorney will get notice.

Because NJ is going to online filing, many clients act as their own registered agent and office. It is the duty of the Corporation or LLC to submit the annual registration.

I hope this helps!

Ron Cappuccio
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