Monday, July 27, 2009

California Corporations - By Matthew Mullhofer

California Corporations - By Matthew Mullhofer

Incorporating a business in California offers a number of advantages that aid in the protection of both assets and privacy. A California Corporation will protect the individual from personal liability. A single individual can hold all offices including: Director, Shareholder, President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Incorporating in California can allow you to take advantage of tax deductible benefits such as health, accident, disability insurance, life insurance, and medical reimbursement plans. Corporations that have fewer than 75 shareholders can elect S corporation status which allows for the profits to flow through the company and directly to the shareholders of the corporation without being taxed. The benefits of a California corporation include:
  • Personal liability protection
  • Stockholders names are not public

  • Availability of corporate retirement plans

  • Corporate fringe benefits

  • Unending corporation existence

  • Tax benefits

  • Possible S corporation status

  • A single person can hold all offices

  • Available to professionals: Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, Attorneys, Chiropractors, Pharmacists, Accountants, etc.
About Matthew Mullhofer

Since 1999, Matthew Mullhofer has been an attorney licensed by the State Bar of California and a member in good standing.

Matthew Mullhofer has extensive experience in the area of estate planning and asset protection, which includes the formation of trusts, wills, family limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and domestic corporations.

Additionally, Mr. Matt Mullhofer has formed numerous corporations, trusts, and private family limited partnerships. Matt Mullhofer has been a featured speaker at many estate planning and asset protection seminars.

Matthew Mullhofer has extensive experience in business and corporate law, civil litigation, probate, and real estate law. Matt Mullhofer has negotiated many commercial and residential real estate leases and transactions. Matthew Mullhofer has drafted and negotiated numerous business contacts and sale agreements for business owners. In the area of Intellectual Property, Matthew Mullhofer has acquired extensive experience representing corporations in the acquisition, licensing, and registration of their trademarks and copyrights.

Matt Mullhofer has also experienced success in representation of taxpayers regarding collection efforts by the Internal Revenue Service, Franchise Tax Board, and State Board of Equalization. Matthew Mullhofer also handles Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases with an emphasis in discharging taxes in bankruptcy.

Matthew Mullhofer is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of California, the United States District Court, and the United States Tax Court. Matt Mullhofer received a Juris Doctor Degree from Western State University, College of Law, emphasizing in estate planning and taxation. Matt Mullhofer received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and English minor from California State University at Chico.