Final Submission: Memorandum With Appendix In Module Nine, you will complete all necessary tax forms according to Section III of the critical elements. You will then submit a comprehensive memorandum 1

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****** ***** *** ********** ***** ********* *** owners with ******* *********** ** * *********** *** ******* **** *** on **** with *** *** ** *********** ****** taxation *** ***** ********** The corporation ****** the business ****** ** ***** *** legal ********* ****** afforded to *** C corporation *** **** *** ******* ***** ******** ** *** shareholders for ******** ****** & **************** ***** *** *** the ******** can *** *** * *********** ***** ** ****** *** ** ** *** shareholders *** * corporation will ****** *** ******* *** ****** ** *** *** Mandy directly with no double ******** Bob’s ******* ** ******** hence qualifies ** be ** * ********************* MethodCash v ************** business **** *** ******* stock ****** ** ****** ** *** **** ********** ****** ******* ***** People **** buy **** usually ** it *** **** ** ****** ********* from *** ***** ******* to ******* *********** ******** *** **** ****** **** recognizes ******* **** **** *** ******** *** payables when **** out 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**** 1366 ******* **** the sharing ** profits ** ******** in ********** ** *** ************ *** daughter **** ****** earn *** ** *** ************* ********** ******** ************* *** Bob ****** *** the assets ***** **** ***** ****** death Setting ** * ***** will make *** assets ** the ******** ****** **** **** ** ** longer ******* ** the family ***** ***** ******* 2001) ****** ****** * ***** ** ********** ****** ** *** **** **** of *** ********** ****** **** **** *** **** *** ******* tax ** avoided ** the ****** ****** a good amount **** ***** **** **** ****** to *** ****** ***** can be *********** ** different **** Irrevocable ** ********* trust offers a lot of *** benefits ****** *** ** **** **** ** ***** ****** to *** ***** *** money is *** ******* ** any estate taxes (Kess ***** ******* 2001) ****** pay *** **** ******* **** ********* *** dividends **** tax is **** high *** ************ thus ***** ******* such taxes ***** ******* ************* **** ** impact ** taxation 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revocable ***** *** ****** ****** *** ***** ******* *** ******** **** the beneficiary would enjoy ***** ***** ****** ***** The ****** for ************ ** ******* may ** ****** ** *** ******** ********* ***** ******* ** ********** to ******** with *** aim ** ******** *** on estate ****** *** ***** ***** *** * will in ***** *** *********** ** *************** ******** ********** There exist various estate ******** ********** **** are consistent **** *** ***** *** *********** that *** *** ******** *** reducing the ******* estate *** *********** ********** *********** ******* property to ****** **** ******** ****** * ********* *** whoever ******** *** ****** ** benefit• ********** ********** lifetime ********* ** some ****** ******* ** ********* **** *** ******** ***** ***** ****** *** estate’ **** thus reducing the ****** taxes• ******** ** ******* ******** **** ****** assets ** irrevocable ****** ** reduce the **** ** assets taxed ** the ****** ***** ** the **** **** creating **** large ******** **** ********* ******** away ** ******* **** *** **** These proceeds are ************* ** ******** *** ********* **** ****** ** ****** ** ****** Bob ** to **** *** ******** ** *** ******** in *** ***** ******* *********** from *** ****** *** **** ****** is **** gifting ** * ******** estate planning strategy ** **** in ************ ********* of ****** that *** closely ***** ** the ****** to the ****** generation (CTFA 2019) It **** takes care ** the assets *** ** fall **** *** creditors’ hands Another ********* ** **** *** ******** will be done at ***** ***** *** ******** **** ******* is ** ********* course ** ********** the *************** is *** right ****** ** ****** ** Bob ****** to **** the ******** This is ******* *** would ** ** a ******** ** ******* all timings ******* the ***** ******* in *** deal ******* ************ will ****** ***** the ****** **** **** ******* **** ** ***** (Wilde ***** ****** ***** In conjunction ** **** *** ****** **** *** client **** *** will 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