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There are many entity formats to choose from but two of the most common entities witnessed by business attorneys are a limited liability company and an S Corporation.  These two entities can be treated quite similarly and quite differently depending upon the overall circumstances.  The outline below has been drafted by a Denver business attorney...
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Many small businesses may have been formed and operated as a C Corporation.  Thereafter, for taxation reasons or other purposes the shareholders, officers and/or directors may deem it more appropriate for the business to operate as another entity such as an S Corporation.  Under such circumstances, our small business attorneys are asked what tax carryovers...
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A partnership is a very common entity format for a small business.  Small business owners can form a partnership as a general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability limited partnership (LLLP) and a limited liability company (LLC) is a partnership as well.  The treatment of partnership liabilities can have large impact to the taxation of the...
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Many clients will ask their tax attorney and business attorney, what is a Schedule SE and why do I need to file a Schedule SE?  The article below has been drafted by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide background on, and explain a Schedule SE. Schedule SE is used to...
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Previous articles have been drafted regarding the impact of a deficit restoration obligation on recourse debt and loss allocation and the impact of a deficit restoration obligation on equity allocations.  As a Denver small business attorney, John McGuire would like to discuss one more issue regarding a deficit restoration obligation and a Limited Liability Company,...
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Just as you had to market your business to make the business successful and grow, you must also market your business properly to sell your business.  Although, many of our clients have succeeded in marketing their business product or business service, when it comes time to sell their business, they do not know how to...
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What is due diligence?  Business attorneys are commonly asked this question when business owners are considering selling  their business or individuals are looking at buying a business or merging with a business.  Due diligence is a process and very important process!  Due diligence can be considered a legal, business and financial investigation of the company. ...
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What is a Schedule C?  This is a common question asked of business attorneys and tax attorneys.  The article below hopefully will  help answer the above question and give additional insight as to the importance of the Schedule C. IRS Form Schedule C is titled Profit or Loss From Business and is a schedule attached...
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You have worked hard and built a successful business.  Your business may have significant value and could provide additional retirement funds or significant money for retirement.  But, how do I go about selling my business or my business interests?  This is a common question clients ask a Denver business attorney, and a very important question. ...
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Overall corporate planning may require options to modify, limit or expand provisions that are authorized by statute.  Certain provisions may only be included within the Articles of Incorporation, some provisions included within the corporate bylaws and some made via other corporate action.  The chart below drafted by a Denver business attorney at The McGuire Law...
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