- Converting a bank from a C-Corp to an S-Corp, increasing the bank’s and its owners’ cash position by over $1 million in just the first year.
- Converting a bank to cash basis of accounting that for tax purposes that resulted in a $1.2 million increase in working capital.
- Structuring the sale of a bank to preserve $550,000 in expense.
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