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Closely-Held Business Operated in Non-Corporate Form

Closely-held businesses that have been formed and operated in non-corporate form are entities that include general partnerships, limited partnerships and limited liability companies, also known as LLCs. | Transcript

15. Closely-Held Business Operated in Non-Corporate Form

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13. Planning for Owners of Closely-Held Businesses
There are various structures that can be used to operate a closely-held business in the US, each of which comes with its own set of planning opportunities.
14. Planning for S Corporations
An S Corporation is a “pass-through” entity that does not pay income tax, and whose income is said to pass through and is directly taxable to its shareholders.
16. Buy/Sell Agreements and Owner Agreements for Closely-Held Businesses
A buy/sell agreement is an agreement among the owners of the business and sometimes the business entity that provides for the purchase or sale of an owner’s interests at a pre-determined price upon the occurrence of a "buyout trigger."

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