I opened a C CORP in DE, but I'm living in maryland. I'm selling online like ebay, and done by drop shipping. I rented a personal mailbox in DE as my business address. Do I need to do the foreign qualification in Maryland? Thanks!
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Generally speaking where the company's employees sit is one of the states where the company would need to qualify to do business as a foreign company. It is conceiveable that a company may need to qualify in more than one state. Your specific situation requires additional analysis. My office has a special offer for LawGuru clients where we can conduct a limited review of the matter at $99 an hour. The review of this issue should take about an hour. To take advantage of this limited offer please go to:
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