A year ago, Kevin went to work for B&G, Inc. He has worked for the finance department ever since he started. He noticed that the corporation was only taxed as though it were a partnership. This was something that he found very odd when he first started working for the company, but he later realized it was a fairly common practice. He recognized that this was one of the advantages of this type of corporation.
While the job was challenging, Kevin was not happy. He wanted to work for a company whose main goal was to provide service to the community, not to make a profit. However, Kevin felt that, considering his present financial situation, he had to continue working for B&G, Inc. A week later, Kevin discovered there was going to be a merger between B&G, Inc. and one of its major competitors. Kevin's boss informed him that he would be getting a promotion and a raise. While he was excited about making more money, he still was not happy. He knew then that he would not be working for the company for long.
--> Refer to B&G, Inc. B&G, Inc. was going through a ____ merger.
--> Keisha Cook and Donnie Blackman decide to go into business together. They start by writing an agreement listing and explaining the terms of the business they will both own, along with each of their responsibilities. Keisha and Donnie created a(n)
a.articles of partnership.
b.master limited partnership agreement.
e.division of partnership agreement.
--> Jack has been saving his excess funds for several years and has contemplated entering a partnership with a friend from college. Jack hesitates because he knows that it is ____ to invest money in a partnership and ____ to get the money back out.
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