Generally, if the members or shareholders of a US company are foreigners and the entity doesn’t have any US-connected income, this company won’t have any tax liability in the US.
Just selling products or services through your US company doesn’t make you subject to US taxes — even if you are selling to customers based in the US.
Examples of a “US-connected income” may include having full-time employees in the US, operating a warehouse, or having a physical location in one of the states. Generally, the source of income is the geographic location where the services are performed and where the income-producing asset is located. Read more here.
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