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entity

A legally created person as opposed to a natural person.May include corporations,partnerships, limited liability companies, associations, joint ventures, real estate investment trusts (REITs), and traditional trusts.

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Such entities are subject to state income tax but are eligible for significant credits for adding employees and incurring expenses in the state.
A wholly owned hybrid entity is one form of branch operation used in a multiple-tier structure of foreign business entities.
Entities do not report the remaining and vast majority of federal PP&E (such as federal parklands, weapon systems and monuments) on federal balance sheets.
Hence, under section 7701, the term "partnership" encompasses both foreign and domestic flow-through entities.
Furthermore, statements implying that the above three entities are among the "worst offenders" are also misleading because no shares were available to be purchased by the public.
3) For more information, see generally BNA Portfolios #700, Choice of Entities, #711, Partnerships and #725, Limited Liability Companies; and Manoklas, Partnerships and LLCs--Tax Practice and Analysis (CCH, 2000).
The data on the structure of active business entities according to the number of persons employed show that the highest share of 82.
Some real estate entities are already accounting for their real estate investments at fair value because:
A reporting entity could include multiple legal entities, it could be just a portion of a legal entity, or it might not be organized as a legal entity at all.
A reporting entity filing consolidated financial statements must consider the tax positions of all entities within the consolidated group, regardless of the tax status of the reporting entity.
As with eligible domestic entities, a classification election for an eligible foreign entity is made by filing Form 8832, Entity Classification Election.
Some people who create these entities, however, fall to realize that when they transfer ownership of assets into a trust or an LLC, the personal insurance they purchased for those assets no longer covers them.