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Old 04-21-2014, 12:19 PM
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Planning strategy question

My clients own a small business "LG".
They eventually want to leave the company to their children.
They are looking to buy some property thru an LLC created in their kids' names.
They want to pay for the note on the property using the income stream from their company "LG". - would this be considered a gift?
We are trying to determine the best tax planning strategy for buying the property in the kids' names.



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