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There are several reasons why limited liability companies - or LLCs - continue to grow in popularity, so here are five benefits to forming an LLC.
Many investors, both individuals and professionals alike, have certain tendencies. One of these tendencies is to trade in and out of the same set of securities, often because of the investor's familiarity with those securities and perceived improved sense of their value. A second tendency is to "sell low", which is the opposite of what many advisors may encourage you to do but is what so many investors do, including at the bottom of the recent stock market crashes. A third tendency is to "tax-loss" harvest, which is the practice of selling a sufficient amount of securities, held in a taxable account, to offset your capital gains and have $3,000 of additional capital losses, which is the maximum amount that you can deduct against your earned income in most circumstances.
In KOVACS-WHALEY v. WELLNESS SOLUTIONS, INC. ET AL., No. M2011-00089-COA-R3-CV decided March 16, 2012, the Tennessee Court of Appeals held that Defendants were not entitled to summary judgment on a breach of contract claim because a jury could ultimately decide that Plaintiff's objection to the stock appraiser chosen by Defendants was reasonable. This case highlights the perils of including provisions of mutuality and reasonableness in Shareholders' Agreements, or as we like to say, "no good deed goes unpunished."
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