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If I am about to start an s corporation with partners then

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If I am about to start an s corporation with partners then how do I create the corporation as such I still have the decision making power in the corporation even if I don't have the majority share? Is it a possibility? I'll have an equal share with 3 other partners. Thanks
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Richard replied 4 years ago.

Good evening. You could have two classes of and non voting. You could make yours the voting stock and theirs the non-voting stock.



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