My company has no employee or physical presence in New Jersey. Company provides remote consulting services from offshore or outside of New Jersey with no onsite travel to New Jersey ( No Physical presence).
We invoice NJ customers for work done by our consultants.
Do we have to pay any taxes to New Jersey at all for the revenue generated from NJ?
@asaxena1 , generally if there is no situs ( no physical presence /address/po. box etc. ) and the entity is not a registered US entity, the mere fact that the customer is situated ( has situs) in US does not make this US income. Your home country ( where the entity is registered ) will determine how to tax this income. You need to tell us where your company is registered -- like a Delaware company or Foreign ( India ?? ) and what type of entity it is, before one can safely opine on this. When I say generally, I really mean very generally and has not taken into consideration the actual facts and circumstances of your your particular case. Please answer my questions , so we cam help you
@Asaxena2 , what I get from your response/post is (a) yours is a domestic entity ( C-corp) and (b) having earnings from NJ without any presence in NJ i.e. the work was done outside of NJ ( on-line ? ). Under such situation , NJ should have no claim on your corporate earnings . Suggest you contact NJ department of Revenue to clarify this but generally this should be the case.
Is there more I can do for you ?
Keep in mind that you may have filing requirements with the Secretary of State office in WA. If you have a registered agent they should take care of this for you, but make sure you follow up with them to see that all filings are being handled.
You should have received a UBI number when you set up the company as this will be required for all filings.
The above is completely separate from any NJ filing requirements.