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Businesses may be organized in a number of ways--as sole proprietorships, general and limited partnerships, S corporations, C corporations and limited liability companies. The decision to select one entity over another informing a business must be weighed carefully because it has bearing upon the owner's future income tax treatment, liability issues, compensation and benefits, business transfer, and estate planning. Selecting the Right Form of Business helps business advisors understand and explain the pertinent characteristics and features of each of the business forms and assess the needs of their clients in making the right decisions about business formation. Topics include: Protecting personal assets from business liabilities; Tax considerations and consequences; Conducting foreign business activities; Practical planning points and technical tips.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Business enterprises Taxation Law and legislation United States, Tax planning United States, Business enterprises Law and legislation United States, Business enterprises United States Planning