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owner

proprietor.

absentee owner
pays a manager to run the farm.
owner-manager
the owner who also manages his own farm.
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How can a soon-to-be-retiring owner get the best price and ensure the buyer is capable of successful management?
Having an agreement gives an owner a ready market for his or her business interest, resolves estate liquidity issues, provides a framework for establishing the purchase price of the interest and reduces disputes.
However, absent prior contact indicating that a paraphernalia shop owner will cooperate, investigators first should make a case against the store before "quietly" approaching the owner away from the business.
This definition is intended to apply broadly and, for example, will cover an arrangement under which a contract's non-owner provides funds directly to the owner with which the owner pays premiums--as long as the non-owner is entitled to recover, conditionally or unconditionally, all or some of the contract's proceeds (e.
Dog owners beware - homeowners insurance has become more expensive and more difficult to find as liability claims and jury awards for dog bites skyrocket.
Moreover, the Beltway power brokers who've been working for years to bring back a major league team now have the ultimate closer: former owner, and current president, George W.
Whereas a top stylist may have a $30,000 salary, a hair salon owner can eventually command $100,000 or more.
Thus you as a forest owner can qualify under this test even if another individual or co-owner participates in the woodland operation more than you do during the tax year in question.
As long as owners of rental apartment buildings in New York City are forced to continue paying for watershed and infrastructure improvements mandated by the federal government, property owners could be slammed in 2007 with double-digit increases in water rates not seen since the late 1980s and early 1990s," said Joseph Strasburg, president of the Rent Stabilization Association (RSA), which represents 25,000 owners of 1.
or a partnership, and an eligible entity with a single owner can elect to be classified as an association or to be disregarded as an entity separate from its owner.
How will remaining owners or managers balance the needs of the disabled owner and his or her family against the needs of the business?
By drawing money out over time, using a range of transition financing instruments according to preset deadlines established in the succession plan, an owner can have 100 per cent of his or her money out of a company by retirement.