That depends on the jurisdiction and your definition of taxes.
California has an annual $800 minimum fee for LLCs. In fairness, this is assessed by the California Franchise Tax Board so maybe it isn't an "income" tax per se, but its still a tax.
Maryland's State Department of Assessments and Taxation charges an annual $300 FILING fee to keep the charter alive and well. This isn't an income tax either, but a cost of doing business in Maryland. I consider it a "disguised" tax of sorts.
So depending on your jurisdiction and your definition you could easily be responsible for several hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dollars in tax even if your LLC is inactive.
answered 13 Jul '11, 18:09
Sometimes yes, but that depends upon what state the LLC is formed in, and you didn't tell us.
answered 13 Jul '11, 14:07