Vanderbilt Law Review

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While major emphasis will be placed upon the tax considerations involved in answering the question posed by the title, the broader problem is aptly stated in the familiar phrase, "Choice of Business Form."' It is not possible to consider this problem realistically without taking into account the context of the business and private law considerations which must enter into the decision, and may indeed be controlling over the tax factors. Therefore, the question, "When Will the Corporate Form Save Taxes?" will be discussed in the light of the full legal and business milieu.