Yes it is... The minute you acquire a customer in Texas or hire in
Texas you are doing business in the state of Texas. My suggestion to
you is: $300.00 a year is not alot if you look at the big picture.
Having to pay two states to is more tedious than paying one. Not only
that but its a headache. I wanted to Incorporate in Nevada, but... If I
have to pay the $250.00 incorporation fees, and then the $800.00 in
California, I don`t see the benefit.
Id rather pay the $800.00 and save myself the $250.00.
Plus, there are other things you have to look at: You have to have a
physical address in the state that you incorporate, there are ways to
work around that by having a virtual office, but then again.. that
means you dish out more cash to have a virtual office. I don`t see the
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When starting your own business the need to "know-how" is greater than money!