Business valuation is a critical component of the Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) process. By providing a robust and objective measure of a company's worth, business valuation facilitates informed decision-making, helps identify potential synergies, and ensures fair deal pricing.
When setting up a new business, every owner is faced with the question, “Which corporate structure is right for my business?” While there are more than two business entities to choose from, LLCs and S corps are two of the most common types of business structures.
Under the current law, businesses do not have an obligation to publicly disclose and/or maintain the names of their shareholders and beneficial owners. This kind of lack of transparency contributed to money laundering, tax fraud, terrorist financing, and other illegal acts that threaten our financial system.
What defines an employee at your business? Are independent contractors a part of your company from a legal perspective? Read on to get your questions answered.