C Corporations and Pass-Through Entities Under the New Tax Regime

In selecting the form of organization for a business or investment entity, the owners typically must choose from among a C corporation, an S corporation and an entity, such as a limited liability company (“LLC”), classified as a partnership for tax purposes.  A C corporation is separately taxed on its income, with the owners generally …

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Ryan Perry Discusses Profits Interests and their Potential Business Benefits and Caveats in New Article

One 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 …

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Highlights from MBBP Life Sciences Series Panel 2 – Laying the Foundation for Growth: Entity & Equity

On Wednesday June 22nd, the offices of Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton were filled with a crowd of people for a life sciences panel discussion on “Laying the Foundation for Growth: Entity & Equity.”  Esteemed panelists included Marc Cote, COO of Accellient; Jeffrey Solomon, Managing Shareholder of Katz Nannis + Solomon; and MBBP’s own John Hession …

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Mark Tarallo Teaching at IP & Entrepreneurship Clinic

Attorney Mark Tarallo will teach at the Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic of Suffolk Law School tomorrow on the subject of Choice of Entity. Key topics that will be discussed: Choice of Entity in Formations Issues to Consider When Choosing an Entity Equity Compensation Plans for Different Entities

Tax Considerations in Choosing the Form of Business Entity

By: Chip Wry Founders of a new business typically realize early on that they need to conduct the business through a legal entity to limit their personal liabilities for the debts and obligations the business generates. Often, the three entity types from which the founders must choose are the “C” corporation, the “S” corporation and …

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