Limited liability corporation

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  • • GGS được thành lập dưới dạng công ty trách nhiệm hữu hạn (Limited Liability Corporation) vào năm 2005, Công ty GGS được đăng ký chính thức với tiểu bang California, USA vào năm 2006. Trụ sở chính của GGS được đặt tại 1619 South Main St # 107.

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  • Suppliers from whom you purchase products and services for the operation ofyour business are also important members of your business team. Suppliers canplay a major role in your ultimate success or failure. Consequently, these relationships need to be carefully developed and managed. Decisions to select andwork with one supplier over another cannot be based solely on who offers thelowest price; you also have to factor many other influences, such as paymentterms, warranties and guarantees, and reliability. Remember, your supplier’s promises to you are your promises to your customers.

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  • To make sure that forming a corporation is the best legal and tax approach for your business, this chapter compares the corporation to other small business legal structures, such as the sole proprietorship, the partnership, and the popular limited liability company. A corporation, like a limited liability company, protects your personal assets from business creditors. But the corporation stands apart from all other business forms due to its built-in organizational structure and unique access to investment sources and capital markets.

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  • Pursuant to the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in 1992 that was amended and supplemented by the Resolution No. 51/2001/QH10 dated 25 December 2001 of the National Assembly X, meeting session 10; This Law governs enterprises. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1.

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  • Sole Proprietorship A business owned by a single individual. Owner maintains title to the firm’s assets. Owner has unlimited liability. 2) Partnership Similar to a sole proprietorship, except that there are two or more owners. General Partnership All partners have unlimited liability. 2b) Limited Partnership Consists of one or more general partners, who have unlimited liability, and One or more limited partners (investors) whose liability is limited to the amount of their investment in the business.

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  • a. A proprietorship, or sole proprietorship, is a business owned by one individual. A partnership exists when two or more persons associate to conduct a business. In contrast, a corporation is a legal entity created by a state. The corporation is separate and distinct from its owners and managers. b. In a limited partnership, limited partners’ liabilities, investment returns and control are limited, while general partners have unlimited liability and control.

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  • • Doanh nghiệp tư nhân (Sole proprietorships) • Công ty hợp doanh (Partnerships) • Công ty cổ phần (Corporations) • Công ty trách nhiệm hữu hạn (Limited liability companies) – Hình thức kết hợp một số đặc tính của công ty cổ phần và công ty hợp doanh.

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  • There is a host of individuals who have aided me in preparing this edition of The Law (in Plain English)® for Small Business for publication. It is impossible to identify all of them within these pages, but some deserve special recognition. I would like to thank the following friends, colleagues, former students, and associates for their valuable assistance.

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  • Technologies are playing a critical role in reducing the costs of transmitting transaction details between the customer, the retailer, the financial service provider and eventually third parties. Payment facilities encompass a variety of products (e.g. giro accounts, call accounts, transaction accounts,..) and services (e.g. bill payment, check payment, direct debit, stop orders, money transfers, credit transfers, disburse- ments, e-payments, mobile payments,…) for managing the transfer of funds to/from a customer or a third party.

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  • There are a host of individuals who have aided me in preparing The Law (in Plain English) ® for Small Business for publication. It is impossible to identify all of them within these pages, but some deserve special recognition. I would like to thank the following friends, colleagues, former students, and associates for their valuable assis- tance. In particular, I would like to thank Christy O. King, principal in the law firm of DuBoff Law Group, LLC, for her aid in spearheading much of the revision work that contributed to this book.

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  • The pricing of credit-sensitive bonds, that is, bonds which have a significant probability of default, is an issue of increasing academic and practical importance. The recent practice in financial markets has been to issue high yield corporate bonds that are a hybrid of equity and risk-free debt. Also, to an extent, most corporate bonds are credit-sensitive instruments, simply because of the limited liability of the issuing enterprise. In this paper, we suggest and implement a model for the pricing of options on credit-sensitive bonds.

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  • All formation/registration documents must include the business entity street address and mailing address. All foreign corporation and foreign limited liability company registration documents must include the street address of the principal business office address in California, if one exists. All documents listing an individual person as an agent for service of process must include the agent’s California street address.

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  • In this chapter students will be able to: Compare the advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorships; describe the differences between general and limited partners, and compare the advantages and disadvantages of partnerships; compare the advantages and disadvantages of corporations and summarize the differences between C corporations, S corporations and limited liability companies;…

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  • Many businesses are operated through a separate entity such as a corporation or a partnership (either formed with or without limited liability). Most legal jurisdictions allow people to organize such an entity by filing certain charter documents with the relevant Secretary of State or equivalent and complying with certain other ongoing obligations. The relationships and legal rights of shareholders, limited partners, or members are governed partly by the charter documents and partly by the law of the jurisdiction where the entity is organized.

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  • Many businesses are operated through a separate entity such as a corporation or a partnership (either formed with or without limited liability). Most legal jurisdictions allow people to organize such an entity by filing certain charter documents with the relevant Secretary of State or equivalent and complying with certain other ongoing obligations. The relationships and legal rights of shareholders, limited partners, or members are governed partly by the charter documents and partly by the law of the jurisdiction where the entity is organized.

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  • This chapter describe the proprietorship, partnership, and corporate forms of business; identify the differentiating characteristics of a limited liability company (LLC); describe the benefits, risks, and basic tax aspects of various organizational forms; discuss the use of patents and trade secrets to protect intellectual property;...

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  • This chapter examines three primary forms of business ownership sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporation and weighs the advantages and disadvantages of each. These forms are the most often used whether the business is a traditional bricks and mortar company, an online-only one, or a combination of both. We also take a look at S corporations, limited liability companies, and cooperatives and discuss some trends in business ownership.

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  • Chapter 8 - Stock markets. In this chapter, we examined corporate stocks and stock markets. Holders of corporate (preferred and common) stock have an ownership interest in the issuing firm based on the percentage of stock held. Stock markets are the most watched and reported of the financial markets. We described the major characteristics of corporate stocks for example, dividend rights, residual claim status, limited liability, and voting rights of stockholders.

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  • 248 Planning and Forecasting expected that the managers of an LLC will be held to the same fiduciary standards as corporate directors and general partners of limited partnerships, resulting in their potential personal liability to the members. TAXATION Entrepreneurs make a remarkable number of significant business decisions without first taking into account the tax consequences. Tax consequences should almost never be allowed to force an entrepreneur to take actions he or she otherwise would not have considered.

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