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Description can i use a tod to transfer my stock in a closely held family corporation
Closely held corporations are those in which a small group of shareholders control the operating and managerial policies of the corporation. Most, but not all, closely held corporations are also family businesses. Family businesses may be defined as those companies where the link between the family and the business has a mutual influence on company policy and on the interests and objectives of the family.
A voting trust is a device for combining the voting power of shareholders. It is not unlawful for shareholders to combine their voting stock for the election of directors so as to obtain or continue the control or management of a corporation. Some state laws limit the duration of voting trusts to a period of a certain number of years.
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