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Which Form of Business Entity Is Best for You? – With Special Guest Speaker Charles A. “Chuck” Borek, J.D., MBA, CPA
October 13 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Should you change business forms in light of recent tax legislation? If you’re starting a new business, which type of entity is best for you? Discover the relative merits and detriments of the various entity choices after the recent spat of tax law changes. Topics covered will include:
· Tax implications of LLCs, LLPs, S-corps, regular corporations and partnerships
· Best ways to avoid personal liability for business debts
· Planning for future modified ownership structures
· Equity compensation alternatives available for key employees
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Open to clients, the general public, and financial advisors. 1.5 continuing education hours are available for CFPs, CPAs, and other professionals who attend this presentation.
This presentation will be offered by Charles A. “Chuck” Borek, J.D., MBA, CPA, a business and tax attorney with almost 30 years of experience representing individuals, small businesses, and nonprofits. Chuck earned his joint JD/MBA summa cum laude from the University of Baltimore, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review and the recipient of the 1993 Law Faculty Award. He has taught law students as a visiting professor and adjunct professor of law at American University and the University of Baltimore and has lectured at Dickinson Law School of Penn State University. Chuck has written for Thomson-Reuters, Bloomberg BNA, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. His book on contract drafting is used by lawyers throughout Maryland and has been cited by the Maryland courts.
Additionally, Chuck presents seminars to CPAs and lawyers around the country though his company, The Borek Group, LLC, including presentations to “Big 4” accounting firms and Fortune 500 companies. He is also Special Counsel to Elville and Associates, P.C.