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    New business tax returns.
    So I registered a company name with Ohio. I applied for an EIN (Employment identification number) filling out the ss4 form. In the form I stated that I will have employees in June 2017. As a result, the IRS sent me a letter to file employee tax returns in a month.
    Now I don't even own a business yet. I will likely acquire a running business next year. Am I supposed to file with the IRS? A couple of people online said that I can file a "zero" form. Is that necessary?


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    Thank you for a such useful information!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jahanzeb109 View Post
    So I registered a company name with Ohio. I applied for an EIN (Employment identification number) filling out the ss4 form. In the form, I stated that I will have employees in June 2017. As a result, the IRS sent me a letter to file employment tax returns in a month.
    Now I don't even own a business yet. I will likely acquire a running business next year. Am I supposed to file with the IRS? A couple of people online said that I can file a "zero" form. Is that necessary?
    As per my assumption, If you don't have to own your business then you don't need to pay any tax to them.


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    Logically, you do not need to pay tax for something that does not exist. But still, if you have problems with the tax, refer to wall and associates reviews, this company deals with issues like yours


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    Before Registration and Filing of your Income Tax Return, it is suggested that Salary;; Income from property;; Income from business;; Capital increases; and A Provincial Government;; A Local Government in Pakistan;; A Small Company


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    Access tax documents, including Form Schedule C, Form 941, distributions, eLearning assets, and more for independent ventures with resources under $10 million.


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