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Previous posts have discussed the many factors entrepreneurs should consider when forming and organizing a new business enterprise. One of those factors is whether the business is initially expected to generate profits or losses and the tax consequences of those profits and losses on the founders and other investors. The tax consequences of the profits …Read more
Last weeks blogs discussed tax considerations of C-Corps. This week’s blog discusses some similar tax considerations of S-Corps, which is a form of flow through entity for tax purposes. The net income of an S corporation is not taxable at the corporate level. Instead, it flows through to the individual shareholders. The shareholder is taxed …Read more
Previous posts have discussed the many factors entrepreneurs should consider when forming and organizing a new business enterprise. Of all those factors, three issues are particularly important when selecting the form of business entity for your new venture: (1) Who will be the owner of the business; (2) how will the earnings of the business …Read more
Previously, I discuss issues related to structuring ownership. This post is a happy topic – what to do with the profits from your business. A business can either distribute current earnings to its owners or accumulate and reinvest earnings with the goal of growing the business so it can in the future be taken public …Read more