Capital Contribution: Loan from Shareholder vs Capital Contribution in relation to Total Equity and Taxes
To start, I’m not a CPA, but I’ve passed all the tests, have the educational requirements and experience requirements. I’ll be submitting my packet by next month. So, I’m not quite there, but I’m also not just spouting off crazy advice.
If you convert your loan from a loan to a […]
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