Tax Issues for Startups

In his article, Tax Issues for Startups, tax attorney Chip Wry summarizes some of the more significant federal income tax issues that founders may encounter in forming their companies, hiring and compensating employees and other service providers, and raising capital. Chip discusses tax on earnings, investor sensitivities, equity awards, financing terms, and other issues. Read the full …

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Chip Wry Discusses Planning for Tax Reform in Accounting Today Article

Accounting Today's article "Getting Ahead of Tax Reform" discusses the importance of planning and action for businesses before the potential tax reform takes place. Tax attorney Chip Wry comments on the uncertainty of which pieces of the proposed legislation will be enacted, and notes the possible implications regarding the elimination of the interest expense deduction …

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Chip Wry Discusses Choosing a Business Structure in Inc. Magazine Article

Inc. Magazine's article "10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Choosing a Business Structure" offers a primer on choosing a company's business form. Tax attorney Chip Wry notes that "choosing a business entity is like looking into the crystal ball of your company's future". The article covers some of the differences between S corp, C corp, …

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Chip Wry Discusses Entity Choice and Tax Reform in Accounting Today

Accounting Today's article titled "To LLC or not to LLC: Entity choice and tax reform", discusses the importance of choosing the correct type of entity to use when forming a business, and the possible impact of an upcoming tax reform. Tax attorney Chip Wry states that while the exact outline of the tax reform is …

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