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..especially ones skilled in giving sound advice on structuring ones affairs efficiently, while skirting the PHC trap?


1. Of the 2 ways a C corp could disqualify itself as a PHC, one is the shareholder test. How have specialists structured share ownership using 6 or more shareholders to fail the PHC test on this count?

2. If a Nevada C corp were primarily used for holding income-producing real estate as part of one's bigger financial picture, have people found that they can use enough offsetting expenses/deductions to rents such that they never end up with any retained earnings anyhow...making the PHC sur-taxes a moot point?

3. Are Belize IBCs worth exploring?


Any warnings also appreciated from those with bad experiences with any of these.

Thx-

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