Category: New York Law

Quick Guide to Colorado Business Entities

Business entities come in so many types in Colorado that business owners can easily get confused. Here’s a quick guide that will hopefully shed a little light on business entities for you. Sole Proprietorship: A business owned and controlled by one person. The designation provides no protection from business liabilities. It is taxed on the person’s […]

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How to Save Taxes in New York or Colorado with an S corporation

How to Save Taxes with an S Corporation Ever wondered why so many small businesses—more than 3,000,000 at last count—operate as an S corporation? Simple. An S corporation saves business owners big taxes in three separate ways: First, as compared to regular corporations (sometimes called C corporations), S corporation owners can use the business’s losses […]

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Converting a Single Member LLC to an S corp

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Should You Use an Attorney’s Fee Clause?

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Colorado Lease Option Equitable Interest

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Can a Buyer be Held Liable Beyond His Earnest Money Deposit?

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Colorado Entity Order Form

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General Release Form

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LLC Taxed as S Corporation

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Land Trust Versus LLC for Owning Rental Real Estate

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