Wanted to go over how LLC fees work:
Suppose I set up an LLC in Delaware and all of my revenue is made in Florida and Illinois but no revenue whatsoever is earned in Delaware. I do not have to file Income Taxes for Delaware and do not owe any Delaware Income Tax, but I do have to pay my annual Delaware LLC Fees
I most likely would have to file income tax returns to Florida and Illinois.
So, unless, you have revenue from Delaware you shouldn't owe any income tax to Delaware, but you will have to pay your annual fees.
Delaware has low LLC Fees overall - that's why people set up their LLC's there. It has no relationship to income tax unless revenue is generated in Delaware.
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