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Ryan Perry Discusses Profits Interests and their Potential Business Benefits and Caveats in New Article 02/27/2017

Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Attorney News, Corporate, Taxation.
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rjp-headshot-photo-2016-m0949892xb1386One of the first and most important tax-driven decisions a founder must make is the type of entity in which to house his or her venture. Though much ink has been spilled over the pros and cons of choosing a corporation versus a limited liability company, or LLC, one thing is certain: most folks understand corporations better than LLCs. And who could blame them? LLCs can be complicated entities – so flexible that they often seem downright weird. As a result, even when a founder decides that an LLC is the right fit, it is often structured to look as much like a corporation as possible. We denote membership interest as stock-like units, we view boards of managers simply as directors by another name, and yes, we sometimes even issue options to employees. Equity compensation strategies in the world of the LLC, however, can be much thornier propositions than they are for the humble corporation.

For more information about profits interests and other equity compensation strategies, read the full article or contact Ryan Perry.

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