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Milio's Sandwiches is a United States restaurant chain that mainly sells submarine sandwiches. ... Jimmy John Liautaud and Erbert & Gerbert's founder Kevin Schippers, running competing sub shops. ... Jump up to: "Sub shop rivalry stays in the family". ... Madison Magazine, Inc. Archived from the original on 2007 -06-07.

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Texas Subs, Inc. is a conglomerate of several partnerships which represents 58 ... Today, Texas Subs employs more than 650 people spread out amongst its ...

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A lot of people use the term “forming an S-Corporation” and this causes a lot of confusion. ..... G (Treating members of a family as one shareholder): This section .... https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/subtitle-A/chapter-1/subchapter-S .... As I was reading up on pros and cons s-corp vs single-member LLC, some other ...

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Feb 11, 2019 ... A CPA discusses taxes for S corporations versus LLCs and explains how both these ... Tax law allows you to switch tax-free to an S corporation if you're already an LLC, but ... These people might be better off structuring themselves as ... The Balance Small Business is part of the Dotdash publishing family.

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Joint Ventures — Generally — Governing Law A joint venture is an association of two or more persons formed to carry out a single business enterprise for profit, ...

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Learn the difference between S corp vs. LLC. Find out how ... save you money. Find out what a reasonable salary would be for a person who does what you do.

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The IRS has stepped up its scrutiny of salary versus distributions with S corp ... In fact, 70% of all S corporations are owned by just one person, so the owner has ...

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have as a shareholder a person (other than an estate, a trust described in subsection (c)(2), ... The term “members of a family” means a common ancestor, any lineal descendant of ... In the case of a trust described in clause (v) of subparagraph (A), each potential current .... any trust exempt from tax under this subtitle, and.

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Aug 24, 2016 ... From fashion shows to 11-inch 'footlongs,' these pieces of trivia may make your jaw drop enough to fit one of the restaurant's signature ...