Attorney's Guide to Business and Finance Fundamentals is an essential resource for attorneys practicing in the business, commercial and corporate areas, covering such essential topics as: business formation and organization business valuation corporate securities dividends and distribution mergers and takeovers S corporation formations and related tax rules Completely updated, this lucid and authoritative new edition includes significant new material dealing with: 'split Dollar' Life Insurance Accrual Accounting The Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act (Sarbanes-Oxley) and the Conduct of Audits and Audit Committee Independence Awards in Connection with Securities Fraud Now Non-dischargeable in Bankruptcy New Tax Laws on Dividends and Capital Gains Sarbanes-Oxley and the effect in Corporate Directors and Corporate Loans State Control Acquisitions StatutesAs16.01 INTRODUCTION This chapter focuses on investing. Investing must be distinguished from trading. To be sure, there are many traders who make a living (or try to) from buying and selling a but not holding a securities and other financial instruments. ... that the investor may require access to funds in the near future. Income. When the primary goal is to earn investment income at minimal risk toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Attorney's Guide to Business and Finance Fundamentals|
|Author||:||Robert W. Hamilton, Richard A. Booth|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2007|