On this edition, Dmitriy Kustov of Kustov & Associates, Inc. and Melissa Hoover of the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives discuss worker cooperatives, who runs worker co-ops and how they conduct business, the attendant advantages to co-op patrons, the distinctive nature of co-ops and their emerging impact in business, and elements of federal tax discipline that apply to worker cooperatives and their patrons. Mr. Kustov and Ms. Hoover outline what defines the worker cooperative as a business entity and factors that distinguish the worker co-op from other business entities. Copyright© 2012 LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
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