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    Feb 5, 2013, 01:35 PM
    corporation partnership shares
    I formed an LLC, 2 years ago in the state of Texas to operate my US Customs brokerage business.

    As of this date, I do not have any partners or shareholders, only a registered Llc.

    What gives my corporate brokerage validity with the US Customs and Border protection, is the fact that I have been a licensed US Customs broker for 17 years.

    I have an opportunity with a large company that is willing to become the dominant shareholder and pay me a salary to be the operating partner.

    What is the correct basis for determining number of shares, the value of the shares if I become a paid employee, for $75,000K?

    Thanks for your help.


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