[NTLK] [FS] J&K Sales, Inc. Complete Newton Inventory
newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
Thu Dec 1 21:46:40 EST 2011
I only suggest the formation of a business or company for the likely tax breaks it would bring...perhaps a not-for-profit, with proceeds going to a charity or charities?
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On Dec 1, 2011, at 4:57 PM, Lord Groundhog <LordGroundhog at gmail.com> wrote:
> ~~~ On 2011/12/01 19:07, Forrest Buffenmyer at newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
> wrote ~~~
>> A group would have to be formed (or a single individual) that would arrange
>> for the shipment of the parts...of course, if you lived near to Ken you could
>> just "load 'em up and move 'em out". Then, storage space would have to be
>> agreed on...it would probably be a good idea to form a company for business
>> and tax purposes, I don't know a lot about business law, just a guess...and
>> the items would be advertised online (eBay? A business website?), invoiced,
>> and shipped.
>> I also do not want to think of what happens if this goes unsold...landfill?
> My feelings as well. I couldn't bear to think of this stock being thrown
> But I wonder if it might not be possible to skip the whole incorporation
> business, if it were done as a co-operative or syndicate instead. Unless
> someone actually wants a business of some kind, forming a company could be
> over-complicating things, but if no one wants a business and we made sure
> all costs were covered, we could skip all the paperwork.
> Just throwing out an idea.
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