|Faculty:||Geoffrey Goldstein, Gavin Goldstein|
|Production Date:||October 13 2011|
When a person is contemplating forming a business, there are many considerations to take into account before determining the best type of entity to choose. Join twin brothers attorney Gavin Goldstein and CPA Geoffrey Goldstein in this introductory presentation that explains and differentiates the various types of business entities that exist in New Jersey and New York. They use an interesting “lemonade business” example to discuss all of the factors that should be analyzed (personal liability, taxation, governance, transferability of interest, raising capital, etc.) before making a final decision. The final part of this program focuses on the steps required to successfully form a LLC. This is a great refresher course for New York and New Jersey attorneys and accountants seeking to advise clients on forming a company.
I. Types of Business Entities
II. Determining the Best Business Entity
III. Steps for Forming a L.L.C
Instruction Method: Self-Study
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Edward (New York, NY)
Heather (New York, NY)
Very helpful on a practical level.
Christopher (Long isalnd city, NY)
excellent format, should be used more often. Their style was personal and direct and the course was appropriately structured.
Marc (New York, NY)
Very well done. Easy to listen to these twins all day. Thank you.
Joyce Krutick (Hartford, CT)
The dialogue between the two speakers made this a more interesting format.
James (Washington, NY)
good overall coverage.
Linda (Dix Hills, NY)
Geoffrey Goldstein was very informative and a very good speaker.
Linus (Oneida, NY)
At first the presentation seemed a little hokey, then as the two hours went on, it appeared the speakers were quite good and knowledgeable on the subject, in a relaxed way, and they pulled off helpful comparisons among the various corporate forms. Good course presented in an un-stuffy manner.
Allen (New York, NY)