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>>greyJester wrote: what i want to do is create a partnership (either a general partnership or limited partnership), and the question is can i form it in a state where another partner or a limited partner is...

Is your hope to avoid state income taxes? If so the type of property is important (i.e. if the asset is land in Georgia, and you form a Florida partnership/corporation, GA is still going to look for tax on sale of the property).
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