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Old 15th February 2013, 01:11 PM   #4
AlexB1
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As others have said, you could just be a consultant who gets a referral fee on the work (but obviously that doesn't remove your obligation to pay taxes).

The times I've see this type of question the most are when the activity is borderline legal or the consultant is employed by a competitor. The advice I always give people is to think long and hard about how important your contributions to the LLC are. If your employer found out that you were working for a competitor it is possible (depending on your employment situation) that your employer would have a claim to own pat of the LLC.

Apologies if I've misread the situation, just some extra advice here.

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