How to Avoid Costly Estate Planning Pitfalls When Making Stock Transfers and Recapitalizations Involving Nonvoting Stock


S corporation shareholder agreements should be carefully crafted by legal counsel in order to avoid certain events that can imperil the company’s S election. One important consideration is the language in the shareholder agreement related to nonvoting stock transfer restrictions. Learn how to address this issue—and avoid costly pitfalls—before it arises in the course of estate planning or a private company sale. See how nonvoting shares are needed.

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