Because of the economic recovery or, perhaps, in anticipation of it, there seems to be an increase in purchases of closely held companies. Whether the buyers are strategic or financial doesn’t matter: Once the sellers are comfortable that the deal has a high probability of succeeding, they frequently begin to think about charitable donations.    Often, those closely held companies have made the election to be taxed as Subchapter S corporations. While S ...

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