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Old 03-03-2009, 07:59 PM
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I am a local accountant in the Atlanta GA area . I am looking for a good source to use to advise my clients who are getting into the real estate activity, either to rent or flip properties.

Based upon what I have read and heard, the LLC is the best structure, while a C corporation can be utilized to take advantage of more deductions like health insurance plans and a more complete range of business expenses.

Can anyone advise on a good source to look into? I have heard the Wyoming corporation is a good tool, but I presume it would be more complicated to manage and to use?



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