I'm currently based in Germany (but originally from another EU country) and will be working remotely as a software developer for a US company on and off for a few months in a year. They suggested that it might be easier (for various purposes) to open an LLC in Delaware or Nevada. Its convenient for them and it lets me retain the freedom to move around as much as I like + it might even to some extent be cheaper tax-wise paying taxes over there (if I pay taxes in the US - double taxation agreement means that I would not have to pay them again in Germany right?).
The problem is I'm not really sure what the overhead is in having it go through an LLC. Not worried about smaller expenses here (like opening the LLC, franchise/tax/agent fees) - but am not really sure how to tax my personal earnings and at what rate? The confusing thing is that when I'm reading about Nevada LLCs online - it says no personal income tax? Does that mean that I'd pay 0 in taxes (to the IRS) when getting the money out from the LLC to me? That can't be right.
Let say the LLC makes 75k USD - how much out of that could I really get after tax? (bare in mind that I'm sitting in EU so there will probably be 0 deductibles)