Owner-operated companies

A large number of issues impact owner-operated companies. The most central ones usually relate to dividends and capital gains.

Capital gains

Depending on how the regulations are utilised, significant differences can arise in the taxation of capital gains, ranging from 20 to 57 percent.

Dividends

The complicated regulations that govern closely held companies, usually referred to as the 3:12 rule, apply to companies that are owned by a small group of people and they are generally a constant and can be a constant problem for many business owners.

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