You pay the same taxes to the us that you would have without the llc. If the foreign company would pay tax on those sales then you will also pay tax on the sales when selling through the llc.My idea was to have income from the US LLC classified as a tax-free dividend, although the LLC would be tax-transparent from the US side.
But it seems like you will always pay tax on sales to US clients (even without US presence/nexus) if the LLC is owned by a corporate entity.
And I guess without that, it doesn’t work from the Cyprus side...
A us llc can pay dividends, it all depends on how Cyprus will regard the income.Income from an LLC is not dividends, so you would be looking at personal income tax in Cyprus.
Not sure why you cut my quote off right before I clarified exactly that.A us llc can pay dividends, it all depends on how Cyprus will regard the income.
How irs in the us regards the income and the llc doesn’t necessarily relate to how other countries regards the company.
I think we all use these treads for general information, not always just related to the specific case in question.Not sure why you cut my quote off right before I clarified exactly that.