Joint Venture Contract
Any tax benefits of a joint venture?
I am currently exploring the possibility of forming a joint venture with another company to pursue a business opportunity. While I am aware of the potential benefits of sharing resources and expertise with another company, I am also interested in understanding if there are any tax advantages to forming a joint venture. Therefore, I would like to seek the advice of a lawyer to guide me through the potential tax benefits and implications of a joint venture.
1 Attorney answer
A joint venture is a type of partnership. Unless the partnership elects to be taxed like a corporation, it is a pass-through entity for income tax purposes. In other words, there is no taxation at the company level, just at the individual level. PS For more information about business entities, download a free copy of my ebook "Should Your Small Business Become a Corporation or an LLC? A Look at Liabilities, State & Federal Taxation & More!" from my website types-of-business-ownership.com