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LLCs as S Corporations? Why?

I have heard CPAs on more than one occasion recommend a client form a state law limited liability company, check the box to be taxed for federal income tax purposes as a corporation, and then make an S election.  The reason–according to … Continue reading

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California Supreme Court Affirms Ban on Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Agreements Under California Law

08.13.08 By Jennifer L. Brockett, Stuart W. Miller, John P. LeCrone and Emilio Gonzalez California’s Supreme Court, in the recent case of Edwards v. Arthur Andersen LLP, has affirmed California’s long-standing ban on noncompete agreements and explicitly extended it to so-called “nonsolicitation” … Continue reading

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