Considerations Regarding Tax Burden Allocations Among Members & Owners
In forming your business, considerations regarding control or transferability of interest and the like may be at the forefront of your mind, and tax considerations may be relegated to the backseat. However, choosing between different non-tax options can result in different tax outcomes for your business. You can meet your non-tax options and goals with creative solutions, while at the same time being cognizant of the tax implications of those choices so as to keep the tax burden as low as possible.
In the realm of family law, grandparents have certain legal rights in regard to custody and visitation of their grandchildren. The overarching term to describe the process of becoming a legal caregiver for a child that is not biologically your own is called kinship care. Grandparents can seek temporary and permanent custody of children who are their blood relatives if the parents are unable to nurture in the best interests of the child. The broad purpose of placing a child with a suitable family member is to avoid placement of that child in the non-relative foster care system.
Rental agreements in New York State are likely to require a security deposit in order to be eligible to lease a property. The purpose of the deposit is to ensure that the landlord is protected in cases where the tenant does damage to the property or does not make their monthly payments. Many can speak to an experience where they have not gotten part or all of their security deposit back and were not given an explanation as to why. By knowing and understanding your rights as a tenant with regard to your security deposit, you can take the necessary steps and precautions to make sure that your deposit is returned in full.
Starting a new business is a complex venture. The process may seem almost overwhelming, but an experienced attorney can guide you through it, offering invaluable support. An attorney can be helpful in just about every area of starting a business. Their expertise can be vital in matters of zoning, municipal compliance, copyright/trademark issues, articles of incorporation, licensing agreements, employee termination, investment banking, and future lawsuits and corporate liability. An attorney can help you answer some of the tough questions associated with starting a business.