Business structuring

Proper business structure is critical in maximizing asset protection as well as minimizing state and federal taxes.  However, small and medium sized closely-held businesses have too often outgrown their original structures or have not adapted to the changing tax laws.  As a result, the business or the business owner is risking business or personal assets and incurring unnecessary taxes. 


To assist business owners in selecting the best legal entity to conduct a business , several factors are analyzed, such as:

  • Current ownership of the business(es)
  • Future ownership plans of the ownership
  • Laws pertaining to Federal Income Tax
  • Federal employment/payroll tax
  • State taxes
  • Industry
  • Assets held within the business
  • States in which  business operates
  • Duration of business operations
  • Current business structure

Our Tax Attorneys will review your current structure and recommend a change of entity type and/or additional entity types to maximize asset protection and tax savings.




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