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S-corporations and limited liability companies

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A1e. S-Corporation
Comment on this criterion: Convenience, taxes, liability, profit and longevity are covered. Please further describe either location or control.
A1f. Limited Liability Company
Comments on this criterion: Control, profit, taxes, longevity and liability are explained in detail. Please further explain either location or convenience.
B2. Justification
Comments on this criterion: Limited justification is given for the recommendations made. Please address each of the concerns from the scenario.

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A1e. S-Corporation
Comment on this criterion: Convenience, taxes, liability, profit and longevity are covered. Please further describe either location or control.

Control and location in S-Corporations are contingent upon the number of corporate offices the shareholder(s) want to possess and where they wish to place these offices. The control of the S-Corporation can be sole-control by a sole shareholder. Therefore, the sole ...

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S corporations and limited liability companies are given. The limited justifications for given recommendation made are discussed.

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