Brian Chou, Esq. is a partner at Barth Calderon, LLP, a California-based law firm where he focuses on asset protection, estate planning, and business succession planning.
Today we discuss entity structuring for California-based real estate investors including the truth about the $800 minimum California franchise tax, the potential risks of using a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) as an alternative to an LLC structure, viable alternatives, and much more.
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