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ReferencesParrish, S. (2014, March 24). Zero to 60: What business owners need to know about capitalgains.Forbes. Retrieved from zero­to­60­what­business­owners­need­to­know­about­capital­gains/RE: Capital Gains ­ JustinJonesInstructor Muniak10/29/2016 1:00:55 PMJustin: Thanks for posting your initial response to the second discussionquestion of Week 1. This question focuses on the pros and cons of capital gainsin the business law environment and the impact of capital gains with respect tobusiness decisions. In this connection, the question calls for you to describethe pros and cons of capital gains by using the course textbook. What specificsection (or page number if available) of the textbook did you rely upon todevelop the list of pros and cons you identified?I look forward to your response. Prof Will MuniakWeek 1, Discussion 2.Jacob Shearer10/28/2016 9:11:04 PMThis week’s reading discusses five different opportunities such as selling your partnershipinterest, stock grants and options, business owner’s estate plan, selling your business for its asses, aswell as business owner’s personal tax. Capital gain is basically the taxes that have to be paid when theymake a profit such as when they sell something that they create or something that they sell for more thanthey purchased it. There is also capital gain when someone gives or sells their business to someonehowever if the person were to perish and then leave somebody their business it is my understanding thatthen they do not have to pay the capital gain. When liquidizing a business’s assets it is important to keepthis in mind because it can change the amount of the overall tax income. Doing it strategically isextremely important and making sure you maximize your profit while taking into consideration the tax
1/24/2017Topic Print View(NEXT(73feebc963))/Main/CourseMode/Topic/TopicPrintView.ed?topicID=6000009728753&sortBy=Title&sortOrder=A…35/40implications of the sold asset. “Capital gains are not something you factor in after deciding yourbusiness strategy; they are something that should be part of your business strategy from the verybeginning” (Parrish, 2014, Page 1). A pro for capital gains is that stuff is taxed at a lower rate than thepersonal income.Parrish, S. (2014, March 24). Zero to 60: What business owners need to know about capital gains.Forbes. Retrieved from ­to­60­what­business­owners­need­to­know­about­capital­gains/RE: Week 1, Discussion 2.Instructor Muniak10/29/2016 1:01:23 PMJacob: Thanks for posting your initial response to the second discussionquestion of Week 1. This question focuses on the pros and cons of capital gainsin the business law environment and the impact of capital gains with respect tobusiness decisions. In this connection, the question calls for you to describethe pros and cons of capital gains by using the course textbook. What specific

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