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Old 04-10-2011, 01:59 PM
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Can a taxpayer who registered as a 1 member LLC file a 2 member LLC if he has found a partner during the year?

A quick question to the taxguru's. I have a client who registered as a Single Member LLC but started the business with another partner. Now, the taxpayer wishes to file as a 2-Member LLC for 2010.

It seems that the other partner invested a few thousand into the business. I think this should be ok, but can you please confirm.

Thanks in advance.



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