Those who are interested in investing in real estate but who do not want to solely own a property may consider becoming a part of a real estate syndicate. A syndicate is a group of investors who contribute money to partially or completely finance the purchase of a real estate property. Many syndicates invest in land where they can build apartment complexes or other structures.
Each syndicate has a syndicator that is responsible for collecting money from investors, locating good investment opportunities, and managing the transaction. In many cases, a syndicator will also be responsible for managing the property once the project has been completed. The syndicator is paid a fee for his services, but he is not the only one who can profit off of this deal. Investors not maintain an ownership interest in the property, but they typically will profit off of interest on their initial investment as well.Learn More
Planning is a key element to the world of corporate tax, and the type and amount of taxes a corporation will pay depends heavily on a number of factors, including the type of business entity that you operate. Business owners have several options when choosing which entity they want to establish for their business and each of these options comes with benefits and drawbacks.
Our attorneys will help you reduce your tax liability by carefully analyzing which entity is the appropriate choice for your business. We understand that what works well for one business may not be the best option for other businesses. We will consider how each entity will affect your tax liability, the distribution of your profits, and the ability to raise capital to expand your business.Learn More