I want to create a new veteran owned business in Texas. The filing fee is free for 100% veteran owned businesses. I also already have a business which I am the 100% owner. I want to create a second business and have it owned by my current LLC, but I do not want to lose my eligibility for free filing as authorized by Senate Bill 1049? I already have my Verification of Veteran’s Honorable Discharge and have completed the Certification of New Veteran-Owned Business (Form 05-904.)
That is an interesting question. I would call the SOS and get the answer directly from them. It will come down to their interpretation of the statute. My assumption is yes, but I have never encountered this issue before so it is better to talk directly to the horse.
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