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 How does a shareholder borrow money from a C corporation?

Answer C corporations are permitted to make loans to company shareholders. But the loans must be bona fide and meet specific requirements to avoid problems with the Internal Revenue Service.Loan AmountsSh... Read More »
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Who does the U.S. borrow war money from?

Article 1, Section 8 of the United States Constitution declares that the U.S. government can fund wars through the issuance of bonds and other obligations "to provide for the nation's defense and g... Read More »
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Who does the U.S. borrow money from?

The biggest U.S. government lender is the U.S. government itself. The U.S. government has lent more than $4 trillion to itself by taking money from Social Security and Medicare funds. Foreign gover... Read More »
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How does the U.S. borrow money from other countries?

The United States has run a budget deficit for all but three years since 1950. To run, our government must borrow money. Some of this money comes from overseas.BackgroundThe U.S. borrows money from... Read More »
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Does the United States borrow money from other countries?

The United States borrows money from other countries. The two countries that lend the United States the most money are Japan and China. The United States borrows money from other countries to finan... Read More »
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