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Old 06-08-2015, 11:03 PM   #1
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1099-k and non US resident (LLC member)

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Iím a non US resident and a single-member of a Delaware LLC (disregarded entity). I live outside the US.

In 2012-2013 I had income from sources within US (online business with a server + address/virtual office in the US), so i filed 1040NR + Schedule C and paid taxes to the IRS. I used my ITIN on 1040NR for that purposes. There is a bank account and merchant account in the US, so I received 1099-k from merchant provider.

In 2014, I moved the business presence and the server to other country, so I have no longer tax liability in the US. At the same time I continue using USA merchant account and the merchant provider continue sending 1099-k to me and also to the IRS. There are my USA ITIN and USA address on 1099k. The USA address is now used just for mail forwarding purposes (provided by registered agent). So the IRS probably guesses that I continue receiving income in the US.

My questions:

1) Should I continue reporting to the IRS and send 1040NR + Schedule C with all income receiving outside the US, just to substantiate the 1099 income described above?

2) Or, should I continue reporting to the IRS and send just ęzero-filledĽ 1040NR?

3) Or, should I just stop filing 1040NR?

Thank you very much.
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