- n. Plural form of proprietorship.
“As the economy entrenches itself on the downside of Canada's greatest period of sustained growth, the ancient concept of commercial proprietorships is being reasserted in high-yield, beatinflation investments.”
“Throughout the rural Great Plains, nearly 70 percent of recent job growth came from nonfarm proprietorships - in other words, people creating a job for themselves and perhaps a handful of others by starting their own small business.”
“And if you're not a C corporation-- and most businesses are partnerships or sole proprietorships--there is no business tax at the state level avoiding the double taxation of the past.”
“A major downside to sole proprietorships and partnerships is that they lack liability protection.”
“Learn and compare the different tax obligations for LLCs, corporations and sole proprietorships. 6 to 8:30 p.m., Central Library , 1015 N.”
“For sole proprietorships and partnerships, the deadline is April 18.”
“Yet a simple fact about business partnerships makes them enticing: Businesses with multiple owners are more likely to survive longer than sole proprietorships, says Brian Headd, an economist at the U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy.”
“Instead on increasing income taxes, which might arguably affect single proprietorships and small businesses, we could impose a tax based on wealth.”
“The Republicans in control of the House argue that repealing the Bush tax cuts would have an adverse impact on small businesses which are often single proprietorships subject to individual income tax rates.”
“Why do so few companies stay partnerships and sole proprietorships when they get large and I have never heard of corporation turning into a partnership to avoid the double taxation but they could.”
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