A standard corporate structure consists of various departments that contribute to the company's overall mission and goals. Common departments include Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Human Resource, assets and IT.
Why are there so many different types of corporations? The most common are LLP, S-CORP, C-CORP, DBA and LLC.
What do they mean to you?
Why do so many companies have multiple corporations with multiple year end dates?
How do corporations use corporate structure to reduce tax liabilities, increase cash flow, protect assets and give the owner the ability to build more personal equity outside the business? We will share with you an illustration depicting potential future tax savings available as a result of implementing tax related strategies in the areas of: entity structuring; Federal and State savings; estate, succession, retirement, education and health care planning; and applicable asset protection strategies to reduce risk exposure. (A review of tax defense issues if appropriate.)