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  1. BrooklynDodger

    Gas station recommendation?

    I signed up with BP. BP gives you savings everytime you pump. BP driver rewards
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    Ubering on Long Island

    Don't DO IT. There is a lot of enforcement lately.
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    Are TLC police cars marked or undercover?

    That is not true. NYC TLC have arrest powers granted by the NYS CPL, which means they are Special Patrolman who carry, show up in court, wrote summonses and effect arrests, etc
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    Anyonr has pandora update on android yet?

    I only use Pandora on Wi-file. I have the latest Pandora update on Droid, no issues
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    Benefits of opening a corp as an Uber driver

    I'm very aware of that.
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    Benefits of opening a corp as an Uber driver

    Let's just say that is the case where grandma does not have sufficient assets in the corp or LLC but has significant personal assets. The person suing has to prove that Gma and driver were at fault or negligent. Just because you sue does not necessarily mean that the case is legitimate. Anyone...
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    Benefits of opening a corp as an Uber driver

    I forgot to mention the part where the assets, vehicles etc are owned by the company. In that regard the Corp protects you.
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    Benefits of opening a corp as an Uber driver

    A Corporation, LLC protects yo7 from personal liability. That is why many people start companies. Can you be sued? The answer is yes and no. Allow me to explain. God forbid you mow down the guy selling fruit on the median. When you work for a Corp or LLC (In this case you work for your own...
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    Tax guy recommendation......

    I suggest you see a tax guy in NJ since that is your permanent address.
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    Tax guy recommendation......

    Only Companies are required to file quarterly. Are you a LLC or Corp?
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    Starting a corporation

    Corpso like Sunday Corps and LLC are more desirable for small businesses. These entities must be profession specific. In other words you cannot have a cookie company, LLC and want to add your tlc vehicle to be a part of your cookie company, llc. You have to start a new LLC specific to...
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    How do drivers on my account get paid?

    Google how to start a tlc base and the check list info will pop up
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    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    You can still write off expenses as an independent contractor. The basic difference between an independent contractor, a sole proprietor and an LLC is the term "independent contractor" is a tax designation indicating a status, while "sole proprietor" and "LLC" are ways in which the consultant...
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    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    You can still write off expenses as an independent contractor. The basic difference between an independent contractor, a sole proprietor and an LLC is the term "independent contractor" is a tax designation indicating a status, while "sole proprietor" and "LLC" are ways in which the consultant...
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    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    Uber is a part-time gig. The real money is private clients. In NYC the idea is utilize uber, lyft etc as bases and create your own client base or even subcontract yourself to a black car base.
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    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    The advantage of registering your company is that your company is an active company subcontracted through uber therefore generating income and utilizing write offs.
  17. BrooklynDodger

    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    Yes, I have all that info. I will get that started. Will post if I have any questions
  18. BrooklynDodger

    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    Really? I wonder if I can edit my info to to reflect my company
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    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    I currently have an LLC. So I guess I have to go down to Uber offices or submit the paperwork via email to Uber. The reason I asked the question is because I didn't know that it was possible to drive under your company for Uber.
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    Driving Uber Under Your Company

    Sure, apparently a driver registered with Uber can drive under his/her company's name. See attached. In other words if I own a company that company can be a subcontractor so to speak. Then that subtracted company can have drivers drive for his/her company's through Uber.
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