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Business Legal Entities – Legally Mine

June 12, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

  Have you ever wondered what the difference was between an “S-Corp”, “C-Corp”, “Sole Proprietorship” and  “Partnership”?  Why do we have so many business structures and what are the differences?  How will the way your business/practice is structured affect you in a lawsuit?  Are the taxes all the same for each? Well today is your […]

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The Broad Overview – Legally Mine

January 20, 2014 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

What Legal Structures Work Best for My Medical Business? Daniel McNeff, Business Owner and CEO at Legally Mine, Les Sliger, Senior Advisor J.L. Hillery, J.D. When looking at legal structures for any business, the first question asked by most people is, “how will it make a difference for me?” The right legal entities can accomplish […]

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Family Limited Partnership – Part 3, Legally Mine

October 4, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

Continuing from the previous post    http://wp.me/p3QR71-2q  For those of you who missed the first post, this is a series of posts regarding the Family Limited Partnership (see link above) – an entity that Legally Mine advocates in their lectures and presentations.  These are excerpts taken from the book, “The Asset Protection Bible.” Determining the Percentage […]

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The Family Limited Partnership Part 1 – Legally Mine

September 25, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

One of the things that Legally Mine often discusses during their presentation, is the Family Limited Partnership (FLP). I know that sometimes Dan McNeff can go pretty fast through some of that material, and so for those of you who would like a refresher on what the FLP is and how it works – I’ve […]

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The most recent statistics cite that nearly $4 billion ($168 million more than the previous year) was spent in medical malpractice payouts, nearly a 5% increase from the year previous.

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