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Old 07-24-2012, 04:07 AM
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Distinguishing Shareholder Loans from Capital Contribution

hello friends,
its seems that when a closely held company seeks an infusion of capital to expand, pay for capital purchases or fund its operations, it is not uncommon to utilize shareholder loans as a source of cash,a shareholder loan or an equity contribution is a difficult question,federal statutes ETC,,,,,

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