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3 Proven Reasons a Connecticut Business Owner Should Elect Subchapter S

    Business owners of corporations will by default have a “C” Corporation.  If they are eligible and they elect, they could be a Subchapter S (“Sub S”) corporation.       An eligible Sub S corporation meets the following


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The Difference Between an Asset Sale and a Stock Sale

Closely Held Businesses looking to negotiate a sale of their business will either do an Asset Sale or a Stock Sale. Asset Sale With an asset sale, the buyer is buying the assets of the business. These assets will be


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The Difference Between a C Corporation and a Subchapter S Corporation

Business owners can maintain their corporation as a regular or “C” Corporation. Alternatively, if they are eligible, they may want to make a Subchapter S Election. Both are treated as separate legal entities. Here are the differences however: C Corporation


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Why a Growing Business Should Elect Subchapter S Filing Status

The primary reason to make the Subchapter S filing status election is to have a single federal income tax when the business is eventually sold.  If the corporation is not an S corporation and the company assets are sold, there


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