Home for the Holidays?

Our last post considered the division of a business between family members as a means of preempting the adverse consequences that will often follow disagreements within the family as to the management or direction of the business. https://www.taxlawforchb.com/2018/12/business-purpose-and-dividing-the-family-corporation-think-before-you-let-it-rip/.

This week, as family members return to work – after having come

Many not-for-profit organizations are dependent, in no small part, upon the generosity of successful businesses and their owners. The latter are motivated by a number of factors; for some, this generosity is an expression of their gratitude to the community that enables them to thrive; for others, it is a desire to share their good

The Charitably-Inclined Business

Many successful business owners attribute some part of their financial success to their community. The term “community” may have a different meaning from one business owner to another. In some cases, it may refer to the community in which the owner grew up, was educated, learned the values of hard work and

When people hear about a family business dispute, what most often comes to mind are sibling rivalries and disagreements, or a falling out between a parent and a child, with each side seeking to go its own way.  In fact, these are the usual scenarios.  There is a set of circumstances, however, that arises with