Cheapest partnership structure
April 15, 2008 2:26 PM Subscribe
I am looking to form a partnership, Company A, with someone to buy a franchise. A couple of points to note are:
This type of franchise only exists in order to each partner to do business (i.e. do deals) within the franchise territory.
posted by thinktwice to Work & Money (1 answer total)
We will split , legal, professional, office costs.
We would like to have it structured so that both partners Company B and Company C can have their separate DBA's bill Company A.
We will do so that we can both structure defined benefits plans within Company B and Company C.
Is this a good solution? The main issue with all the different companies is the defined benefit plan. The reason for separate companies and plans is that one partner is making significantly more in commissions and thus will be contributing far more into his defined benefit plan.