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    • 1.

      Establishing a Shareholding Company in China

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-30
      The establishment of a Foreign Invested Company Limited by Shares (also known as a "joint stock company") was designed to accommodate investors seeking to issue shares to the public or to list on the ...
    • 2.

      What is Values-Based Wealth Planning

      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-05
      Between the years 1980 and 2030 it is estimated that the largest transfer of wealth from one generation to the next in the world's history will take place when approximately $41 Trillion dollars is tr...
    • 3.

      When a Corporation Makes Sense

      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-05
      There are three primary reasons to use a corporation to own your business today: (1) Liability Protection, (2) Tax Savings and (3) Accelerated Retirement. To make the most of it, you need to underst...
    • 4.

      Will You Be a Lawsuit Target This Year

      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-05
      The USA is home to over 75% of world's lawyers and 90% of the world's lawsuits. We've all seen those disgusting television ads urging audience members to file claims and lawsuits. One out of every fiv...
    • 5.

      Converting from a C Corp to an S Corp

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-09
      As you may know, there are two types of corporations for tax and legal purposes. The "C" corporation is a more formal structure than the "S" corporation and taxed differently.When forming a business e...
    • 6.

      Why an LLC and Not an 'S' Corporation?

      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-20
      The 'S' corporation has been over-rated and overused as a 'knee-jerk' default entity choice when in fact its usefulness is limited to specific circumstances. Many well-meaning advisers have for years ...
    • 7.

      Multinational Corporations Operation

      by Sharon White - 2007-01-25
      The operations of multinational corporations have also been constructive in the development of markets, the introduction of new products and the development of industries as a whole.Investments of ...
    • 8.

      Be Aware of Single Owner LLC Tax Problems

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-25
      One of the more popular business entity choices these days is the limited liability company. If you intend to be the only owner, you need to understand something about a tax issue. The limited liab...
    • 9.

      Personal Guarantees for Corporate Leases

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-23
      If you take down a lease for a business, the lease agreement will shock you. It is the size of a small phone book, and the most important page is usually buried in the back. Assume you have a busin...
    • 10.

      Selling Equity in Your Corporation

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-23
      If you are smart, you will form a business entity for your business start up. The question, however, is how do you find investors and what do you sell them in exchange for critically needed money.F...