Tags: Chip Wry, corporate law, entity formation, entity selection, GOP Blueprint, tax attorney, tax law, tax reform, Trump administration
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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 unknown, “it will be similar to the GOP Blueprint. Both the Trump plan and the Blueprint call for lower corporate and individual rates, and an intermediate pass-through rate.” Chip goes on to explain the various tax considerations of choosing a business entity and the scenarios a tax reform may present.
For further detail, read the full article.
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MBBP Welcomes New Attorneys to the Team 12/08/2016Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Attorney News, MBBP news.
Tags: attorney, attorneys, corporate attorney, corporate governance, entity formation, financing, Joshua H. Watson, Kelly L. Hinkel, mbbp, patent attorney, patents, private funds attorney, William R. Schmidt II
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Josh and Kelly have become members of the Corporate Practice group, while Bill has joined the Patent Practice group. Josh is an experienced private funds attorney and has joined the Corporate Practice group’s Private Investment Funds & Advisers (PIFA) team. Bill is a registered patent attorney whose practice focuses on patent prosecution, opinions, and related counseling. Kelly’s practice includes advising companies on financings, corporate governance, and entity formation.
Details can be found in the formal announcement.