Partnership For Finance Business

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This entity is owned by two or more individuals. There are two types: a general partnership, where all is shared equally; and a limited partnership, where only one partner has control of its operation while the other person (or persons) contributes to and receives part of the profits. Partnerships carry a dual status as a sole proprietorship or limited liability partnership (LLP), depending on the entity's funding and liability structure. "This entity is ideal for anyone who wants to go into business with a family member, friend or business partner, like running a restaurant or agency together," said Sweeney. "A partnership allows the partners to share profits and losses, and make decisions together within the business structure. Remember that you will be held liable for the decisions made, as well…
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Limited liability company for Finance

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A limited liability company (LLC) is a hybrid structure that allows owners, partners or shareholders to limit their personal liabilities while enjoying the tax and flexibility benefits of a partnership. Under an LLC, members are shielded from personal liability for the debts of the business if it cannot be proven that they acted in an illegal, unethical or irresponsible manner in carrying out the activities of the business. "Limited liability companies were created to provide business owners with the liability protection that corporations enjoy while allowing earnings and losses to pass through to the owners as income on their personal tax returns," said Brian Cairns, CEO of ProStrategix Consulting. "LLCs can have one or more members, and profits and losses do not have to be divided equally among members." The…
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