NJ LLC partners (consulting business) have decided to maintain sep.offices/P&L centers. One partner resides in PA – his clients are in CA, MD and NJ. Does the PA partner need to have a foreign entity presence in PA? NJ office has clients in NJ, NY and PA.
By having an office in Pennsylvania, your business creates a nexus in the state. Other factors that would require a foreign entity would be if the business has employees or property in another state, as well as when you conduct much of your business in person.
So if your partner maintains an office in PA (even if it’s a homeoffice) it would be a good idea to register the LLC as a Foreign Entity in Pennsylvania.
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