I will soon be signing a couple of SOWs for consulting effort with two companies. Work for company A will be located in California and work for company B will be located in Washington. I will be traveling weekly to both clients; part-time onsite, the rest remote. I live in Colorado.
With respect to incorporation, I plan to organize legally as an LLC with tax status of an s-corp.
I have an existing LLC organized in Nevada. Could I use this company for the above engagements/residency tax requirements? I don't live in Nevada and I won't be performing any work in Nevada.
If not, where do you recommend I organize the LLC? It seems silly that I would organize an LLC in a state in which no work will be performed.
If I don't organize the LLC in the states in which the work will be performed, do I really need to "qualify" the LLC in those states?
Is there a need to obtain a business license in any of the states mentioned? Again, I will be providing management consulting services.
Thanks in advance.