Business Tax Planning
The organization and structure of a company can impact everything from the taxes paid to the liability of a corporate board, president, or small business owner. Understanding the relationship between liability and the amount of direction or control a person has over a company is important when considering the pros and cons of different kinds of business organizations.
The lawyers at Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., evaluate each client’s current situation and long-term goals to take advantage of certain allowances within the law that can reduce taxes and exposure to various types of liability. In most cases, the amount of tax a business or corporation is subject to will depend on whether it is a partnership or an S or C corporation. While certain advantages and disadvantages are associated with each organization type, whether a business intends to grow, operate franchises, or remain in the family will govern what makes the most sense for your company.
Business Organizations and Business Tax Planning
The attorneys at Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., counsel and represent business clients on the following tax planning and business organization issues:
- Series Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
- Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
- S Corporations
- C Corporations
- Articles of incorporation
- Company bylaws
- Partnership agreements
- Stockholder agreements
Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C. – Consultative Legal Services for Your Business
At Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., we understand that a company’s needs change as marketplace pressures and changes in the tax code or insurance regulations create different issues and concerns. That’s why our attorneys are available to provide ongoing, consultative legal advice and representation to small and mid-sized companies.
Since the tax code is constantly evolving, our office regularly consults tax experts, accountants, and other financial professionals when providing business tax planning legal solutions for our clients. Even if you’ve already established a business organization that works for you, we can review your current documentation and advise you on possible changes that may reduce your tax liability and exposure to indemnification issues should financial mismanagement or malfeasance occur.
Contact Business Planning Lawyers Today
We have years of experience in helping businesses strengthen their position in the marketplace. If you would like more information on what we can do to help your company, contact one of the Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., offices today.