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Read the following scenario.
A family-owned business can have special complications. The line separating family relationships and legal responsibilities can be unclear. It is important for directors, officers, and owners of a family-owned business to be aware of the issues to avoid misunderstandings and unintended liability and to preserve familial relationships.
You are a consultant advising a "mom and pop" grocery store owned by Jeff and Joan, a married couple, and their two adult children, Martha and Henry. The grocery store operates under a subchapter S corporation. Jeff and Joan as a couple own 70% of the corporation's shares, and Martha and Henry each own 15% of the shares. Jeff, Joan, and Martha are directors of the corporation, and Henry is the corporation's chief executive officer (CEO).
Create a client memorandum (memo) addressing the following:
Click on Office Templates and use the following search parameter: memorandum.
Submit your memo in a discussion thread in the classroom. Respond to other students' posts.
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