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Basically, all you need to do is come up with a sales price and a sales contract, then pay your company for the vehicle
Basically, what you need to do is determine a fair price. This needs to be an arms length transaction, so fair price would be what a buyer and a seller in the normal market place would be willing to pay for the vehicle
You could look to Kelly Blue Book for private resale values.
Then, you will pay that amount to your corporation, either through cash or through getting a loan from a financial institution.
You will prepare the sales documents and transfer the title.
The corporation will have to pay tax on the gain from the sale.
If the car is transferred below market prices, it could be determined to be a dividend to the taxpayer, and the taxpayer will need to pay the applicable tax on the dividend.
Do you have any questions about this matter?
entry into corporate minutes, also?