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Which of the following is an important personal financial consideration that keeps many firms from incorporating? a. Corporation dividends are subject to government regulation, but dividends paid to
partnerships are not. b. Boards of directors must be paid according to the income of the firm. c. Stock is nontransferable, and stockholders therefore could lose considerable money if a company failed. d. Stockholders must pay personal income tax on dividends.
c. Stock is nontransferable, and stockholders therefore could lose
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