Your distributions by LLC are set each year by your ownership percentage and operating contract. For example, the initial membership percentages of the property can be set by the enterprise agreement and the agreement may set different percentages of the share of profits/losses. Members can do whatever they want as long as it is not in contradiction with state law, as long as there is an agreement and the agreement is enshrined in the enterprise agreement. LLC members may also lend money to LLC, separately from their capital contributions. The terms of a loan that is a member of an LLC, like any other property loan, should be carefully recorded in a commercial credit agreement indicating the amount, interest rates, repayment terms and provisions for losses. A member`s loan does not change the member`s capital contribution or the distribution of profits and losses. Learn more about the difference between investing in a business and lending to a business. As noted above, affiliate accounts are subject to the operating contract, which has specific requirements for contributions and distributions. Your contribution to LLC as a member is called your capital contribution, your contribution to the property. This capital injection gives you a share of LLC and the right to a percentage of profits (and losses). If you are the only member, you have 100% of the property.

If LLC has multiple owners, each owner`s share is determined by agreement, usually a formal business agreement. Once you have invested money in the LLC, your capital contribution and other members` contributions are listed on LLC`s balance sheet as an equity account. Each member`s financial statement will account for the initial contribution and any additional contributions during the year. It also records distributions (amounts excluded by each LLC owner) during the year and a final financial account for the year. It is available on (i) the specific contribution and distribution agreement, dated April 20, 2018, from and under Henry Schein, Inc. (“Harbor”), HS Spinco, Inc. (“Spinco”), Direct Vet Marketing, Inc. (“Travel”) and, exclusively for certain items, Shareholder Representative Services, LLC, in their capacity as representatives of Voyager shareholders (the “Representatives of Voyager Shareholders”) (in the amended version of the “CDA”) and (ii) of this agreement and a certain merger plan of April 20, 2018 by and between Harbor, Spinco, HS Sub Merger, Inc., Voyager and the representative of the shareholder of the Voyager