One of the first and most important tax-driven decisions a founder must make is the type of entity in which to house his or her venture. 147 more words
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It is a beautiful Friday afternoon in downtown Grand Rapids – which is why I took a picture of Rosa Parks Circle. You can see the zamboni is out on the rink. 885 more words
Reminder for Michigan Limited Liability Companies on Upcoming Filing Deadline. Stay in Good Standing and Maintain your Corporate Formalities.
Some (maybe all of you) may be wondering about my choice of including this photo – it is me, years ago, dressed as Sparty for the MSUvUofM game. 451 more words
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The opacity of his holdings makes it impossible to gauge the full extent of potential conflicts he may face as president
Donald Trump arrived by helicopter in June to officially open his Trump Turnberry golf resort in Ayr, Scotland, after an eight-month refurbishment. 1,222 more words
Readers may be surprised to learn how often we are consulted by clients who face the following predicament: an individual or group of people get together to start a business. 417 more words
Consider the following two situations:
- Two people form a California corporation as equal owners. One of the owners later decides he/she wants to dissolve the corporation but the other owner objects. 242 more words