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a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners

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CMS also prohibited CO-OPs from making people other than their own members voting directors.
When Conrad was promoting the COOP amendment, he noted in an op-ed in USA Today that Ace Hardware and the Associated Press are co-ops. "Cooperatives are a highly successful business model all across our country," Conrad wrote.
"The beauty is, food co-ops can be set up anywhere - inyouth clubs, homeless shelters, health centres, etc.
NCB's senior vice president Sheldon Gartenstein arranged a total of $14.8 million in loans during September, including a $4.5 million first mortgage and a $500,000 line of credit for a 154-unit co-op located at 11 Sentry Road in Scarsdale, NY; a $4 million first mortgage and a $500,000 line of credit for a 97-unit co-op located at 740 East Broadway in Long Beach, NY; a $3 million first mortgage and a $500,000 line of credit for a 72-unit co-op located at 210 East Broadway in Long Beach, NY; a $1 million line of credit for a 20-unit co-op located at 205 West 19th Street in Manhattan; and a $750,000 line of credit for a 136-unit co-op located at 315 East 69th Street in Manhattan.
There are many different kinds of co-ops, including consumer-owned and worker-owned.
Ownership of resort-location condos and co-ops also can leave clients vulnerable to geographical exposures.
In 1949, it represented 9 co-ops. By that time, nursery schools in Montgomery County had joined those in neighboring Washington, D.C.
One of the disadvantages of co-ops is limited capital availability, so that forces them to either limit growth or join with other capital providers."
"As an organization, we support the individual visions of our filmmakers, but it has been their work that has created the reputation of the Film Group--the uniqueness of their vision." Early on, the co-op realized that developing filmmaking talent required more than offering workshops and equipment; it needed to play a part all the way through the filmmaking process.
But, such chains expose the vulnerabilities of co-ops, which tend to be run intuitively and financed on a shoestring.
Housing co-ops, either for their own membership or for the wider community, are becoming distribution sites for this program.
The IRS has acquiesced in Trump Village and no longer will take the position that co-ops subject to subchapter T are subject to Sec.
The effect of co-oping on Maria and her classmates helps to counter an argument that some faculty skeptics of co-op raise, namely that a student who co-ops might not return to school.
The significant difference is that dividends co-ops pay on preferred shares are not tax deductible, while interest (including interest that is accrued and unpaid) is tax deductible.