For some time, LLCs with pass-through taxation have been the most popular form of business structure for private companies. In light of the drop in the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%, is it still the case that these LLCs are the most tax-efficient business form? If an LLC needs to be converted to a corporation, can this be done tax-free, and how complex can the conversion get? Similarly, what should be considered when evaluating whether to convert a corporation to a pass-through entity? Join our panelists as they discuss these issues and more, including a deep dive into a recent transaction involving an LLC converting to a corporation in connection with a venture capital investment.
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