I am a physician. Myself and another physician are looking
I am a physician. Myself and another physician are looking into starting a partnership in PA. We plan on providing services to hospitals and are trying to better understand how to structure our partnership, more specifically partnership type. Which would be advisable? LLP or LLLP?
I need to get up and running quickly. I only have so much
I need to get up and running quickly. I only have so much saved without additional income. That being said, South Carolina has a 35 day processing 25 expedited. This is much longer than some of the other states such as Nevada and Delaware. I want all income to flow through a corporation. As well as I want the protection of a corporation for a couple of the websites I will be launching. Suggestion
If I have a LLP agreement with another person. I would like
If I have a LLP agreement with another person. I would like to know the legal ways to exit this business. Can I either buy his parts? or He buys my parts? We have 50% -50% shares. All the LLP agreement we signed and we are still in good term now. Thanks, ***** ***** want know my optional..
In terms of liability (not tax). What are the differences
Hi ,In terms of liability (not tax) . What are the differences between LLC, LLC and PC. In my specific example there are two partners/members/shareholders.For example: issues such as liability for the other partners, type of protection (debt, mal practice , neglagece), etc.
What is the best State to incorporate import business? I
what is the best State to incorporate for a import business? I want to import from China and sell products in California where I live. I want all of the benefits that come with having an entity. In the past I've had LP's with LLC's as 1% general partner, Nevada or Texas registered. I even owned a property with an LLP at one time. I want to be judgement proof while having the lowest tax rate possible, and lowest maintenance costs. I am open to out of the box solutions, transferring costs, etc. I want to know the cheapest way to set it up, assuming it's "boilerplate."
I have a small home health company that contracts with
Hello. I have a small home health company that contracts with larger Medicare agencies to provide physical therapy services for their patients in their homes. They send the patient to me, and I use my own contracted therapists to carry out the services. I then invoice the Medicare company and they pay me directly (from which proceeds I pay my therapists). I was notified by one of my therapists that a particular Medicare company customer we have has been contacting them directly to try and contract with them, instead of using the services of my company. I guess they figure they can pay the therapist less than they are paying me. These therapists are my employees, and I have spent the money in recruiting and training them. I want to rewrite my contracts to prevent the companies from going straight to my therapists for service and undermining my business. What language could I enter in to my contract to make it clear that this type of activity is prohibited and could result in a lawsuit? Thanks.
I am an active CPA in the state of Georgia planning to start
I am an active CPA in the state of Georgia planning to start a basic bookkepping and accounting firm, i.e. a CPA Firm that would not provide audit or attestation services. There will only be two employees, including myself. In GA, LLPs are not a formation option, instead there is LLLP or LLC. We will have a client in California and would need to register there as well. Do you have any suggestion for what would be the best business structure in this scenario from a tax and liability perspective?
Professionals, such as CPA's, attorneys and perhaps doctors,
Professionals, such as CPA's, attorneys and perhaps doctors, do not qualify for this special LLC structure under the IRS regulations. Typically they operate their practices out of a regular LLC or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). However, such professionalscan use this special LLC structure as a service company to the entity the professional operates their practice out of. For a fee, the special LLC structure can provide any number of services to the entity the professional operates their practice out of. Examplesof such services: Bookkeeping, payroll, billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, internet services, marketing, any combination thereof, etc.