Provides an overview of the ever-increasing tax advantages and disadvantages of general and limited partnerships, C and S corporations, LLCs, and LLPs, as well as individual proprietorships.
NASBA Field of Study
Charles A. Borek
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Choice of entity issues are relevant throughout the life of a business. When starting a new business, a crucial first decision is choosing the correct form of entity to accomplish the company's goals. Likewise, it is equally important to know when an entity change is needed as well as the tax consequences of the sale or liquidation of the various forms of doing business.
Updated for Tax Reform, this self-study course provides an overview of the ever-increasing tax advantages and disadvantages of general and limited partnerships, C and S corporations, LLCs, and LLPs, as well as individual proprietorships.
This course will help you hone in on the key issues surrounding the myriad of factors that drive the optimal form of organization for a business. It also includes several case studies from reallife client situations.
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