Company capitalization is an accounting concept that refers to the capital affirmatively invested by owners in a company. While it is sometimes used in a broader sense to refer to shareholder equity (i.e. assets less liabilities), the more strict sense would be to refer to money in while excluding appreciation and "going concern value." For example,...
My friend gifts me his house in exchange for a small amount of $
That's utterly and completely not the definition of "gift".
https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/gift-tax "You make a gift if you give property (including money), or the use of or income from property, without expecting to receive something of at least ...
The following transaction involves two principles.
First, the step transaction doctrine. The step transaction doctrine is a judicial doctrine which treats a series of steps in a transaction as one for tax purposes. See Wikipedia for various judicial cases. Here, scenario two indicates that the gift portion (to friend/friends child) is being made as ...
Scenario 2: My friend transfers ownership of his house in exchange for
a small amount of $ (less than market value) and I gift my friend (or
his minor children) another chunk of $ that he pockets tax-free.
The transfer of the money back isn't a gift. It only took place because of the first transaction. Therefore it will be seen as part of the earlier ...
I would start with a small business development center which is a program in the Small business administration:
The U.S Small Business Administration (SBA) administers the Small
Business Development Centers Program to provide management assistance
to current and prospective small business owners. SBDCs offer one-stop
assistance to individuals and small ...
I don't think this all-in-one service exists, because it includes accounting, insurance and legal services while excluding staffing services.
Your best bet may be to contract with a bookkeeper or CPA who is willing to oversee all of these services that will make you feel "as carefree as an employee."