Original Program: 2018 Basics of Business Law, October 4, 2018
Individuals desiring to carry on a business for profit (either by themselves or with others) have several different forms available to them, with each having somewhat different legal and/or tax characteristics. The role of a business planner is to choose the form of doing business that most closely matches the client’s overall economic objectives and which carries with it the least burdensome tax characteristics.
This session summarizes certain significant legal and tax characteristics of limited liabilities (“LLC’s”) as well as issues typically addressed in the operating agreements governing the rights and responsibilities of the members owning an interest in an LLC.
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