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What is a limited partnership? Previously, a Denver business attorney from The McGuire Law Firm has discussed certain types of entities including partnerships in previous articles.  The article below will discuss a limited partnership. A limited partnership could be considered a type of hybrid business structure because there are multiple types of partners/members. In a...
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How is the purchase price or monies paid for a business allocated?  When a business owner sells their business for a lump sum amount, the sale is considered a sale of each individual business asset as opposed to one single asset.  Of course, this would not necessarily apply if the exchange or transfer was considered...
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A limited liability company (LLC) can be managed by a manger or managers, or the LLC can be managed by the members of the LLC.  There are advantages to both depending upon the circumstances of the business, the knowledge of the members, the involvement of the members and other issues.  For example, the members of...
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In previous articles a business attorney from The McGuire Law Firm has discussed certain acquisitions between corporations.  The article below will discuss an acquisition known as a cash for assets acquisition. The first step of a cash for assets acquisition, Corporation 1 would pay Corporation 2 cash consideration of the assets of Corporation 2.  Corporation...
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When a partner in a partnership is having their interest terminated, often such termination may be through a series of distributions.  The series of distributions may be needed due to the cash flow of the buyer or purchaser. Thus, the question arises, are these liquidating distributions?  The article below has been drafted by a Denver...
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When a partnership is formed the partners will generally contribute property to the partnership in the form of cash and/or property.  These contributions of property impact the partner’s basis and capital account in the partnership and thus may impact tax matters in the future.  A contribution of property will generally increase a partner’s capital account...
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Previous articles posted from The McGuire Law Firm have discussed controlled entities and certain related party issues.  The article below has been prepared by a tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to discuss controlled partnership transactions. A controlled partnership is a partnership of which 50% (fifty percent) or more of the capital interest or...
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As a business attorney John McGuire works with small and medium sized businesses regarding their legal needs.  The article and video below are to help provide information regarding the services John provides to small businesses. John advises and provides services for small businesses regarding the following business issues: –          Choice of entity –          Overall entity...
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Generally speaking when one business buys or acquires another business the transaction can be either an asset sale or a stock sale.  There are different tax implications, liability matters and other issues depending upon how the transaction is set up.  The video below has been prepared by a Denver business attorney at The McGuire Law...
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A K-1 is an informational return, and a shareholder in an S Corporation would receive a K-1 stating that shareholder’s share of gain, loss, credits etc. from the S Corporation.  Because an S corporation is a pass through entity, the S corporation does not pay income tax, but rather the shareholders claim the items on...
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