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The _____________ is usually the easiest form of business to start and end. a. sole proprietorship b. limited partnership c. corporation d. cooperative
Weegy: a. sole proprietorship User: 7. Mara plans to open a shop specializing in foods and cultural items from the Middle East. She wants to be the firm’s only general partner, but she is trying to get several friends to participate as limited partners. Apparently Mara wants to: a. limit her personal liability to the amount she personally invests in the company. b. Be the only person allowed to share in the firm’s profits. c. Obtain a strong financial base for the firm while maintaining personal control over the firm’s management. d. Meet the legal requirements of the Uniform Partnership Act. (More)
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Mara plans to open a shop specializing in foods and cultural items from the Middle East. She wants to be the firm’s only general partner, but she is trying to get several friends to participate as limited partners. Apparently Mara wants to: limit her personal liability to the amount she personally invests in the company.
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9. A separation between ownership and management is most likely to occur in a: a. sole proprietorship b. general partnership. c. Corporation. d. Limited liability partnership
Weegy: c User: 10. One reason limited liability companies have become so popular is that they: a. can be taxed either as a corporation or as a partnership, so owners can choose the tax treatment that is most advantageous for their situation b. allow owners to sell their interests in the company without requiring approval from the other owners c. have unlimited life d. allow owners to avoid paying self-employment taxes on the company’s profits (More)
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your answer is d. allow owners to avoid paying self-employment taxes on the company’s profits
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15. A _________ is an organization that is owned and controlled by the people who use it –producers, consumers, and workers with similar needs who pool their resources for mutual gain. a. corporation b. limited partnership c. mutual fund d. cooperative
Weegy: D. cooperative. If you are satisfied with my answer, please click 'Good' on the ratings. User: 11. In a leveraged buyout, the managers of a firm, its employees, or other investors attempt to: a. move the company elsewhere and start over b. obtain the assets of the company through bankruptcy proceedings c. use borrowed funds to buy out the firm’s stockholders d. negotiate a merger with another firm to create a conglomerate (More)
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In a leveraged buyout, the managers of a firm, its employees, or other investors attempt to: use borrowed funds to buy out the firm’s stockholders.
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