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Forms of Business Organization

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This is a reissuing of my original Forms of business organization presentation.

BF10 - Principals of Business and Finance
Forms of Business Organization

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Forms of Business Organization

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  3. 3. A business owned and managed by one person.
  4. 4. Easiest type of business to form, the owner has almost complete control of business, the owner get to keep all the profit, & is only taxed once.
  5. 5. No legal separation of the owner from the business, limited capital, unlimited liability, & limited business lifetime.
  6. 6. End at the decision or death of the owner, & are funded by the owner’s personal money, gifts, loans, and/or other sources of capital.
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  8. 8. A Business owned by two or more people, & managed according to the partnership agreement.
  9. 9. Easy to form, more capital and credit available, work load more evenly shared, & losses are also shared
  10. 10. Unlimited liability, limited lifetime (if partner leaves or dies), profits are shared, decisions are made jointly, & hard to add other partners
  11. 11. Are terminated by actions of the partners, bankruptcy, death, and/or court order, & are funded by the personal account of the partners, gifts, loans, and other capital resources.
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  13. 13. A business with the authority to act as a single person. (legally a person)
  14. 14. Ownership is determined by stocks (a shareholder/stockholders owns a piece of the company). Corporations are managed by a board of directors who were voted/appointed by shareholders.
  15. 15. An article of incorporation with the state government must be filed. The business must create corporate bylaws, name a board of directors, and issue shares of stock.
  16. 16. Capital easy to obtain, limited liability for shareholders, ownership without having to manage, possibility of unlimited lifetime, & decision-making is shared.
  17. 17. Double taxation: profits and earnings Subject to more laws than other types of ownership, more difficult to form, operations controlled by shareholders and board of directors instead of original owner(s)
  18. 18. Corporation may have unlimited life. Determined by charter or articles of dissolution, and must be approved by the majority of the board of directors and/or stockholders (shareholders), & capital is raised through the issuing of stocks.