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What now? 06/19/2014 @ 6:15pm AN elderly couple put their farm in a Corp. Then divided the corp equally between 4 siblings and paid the gift taxes. First, there isn't enough rental income to anything with by any sibling. The income is less than 2% of appraised value. One sibling wants out and is willing to settle for 30% less than the appraised value if the others buy them out. Is that fair? What if the other three don't want to buy the other one out? Can the one force a sale? Or can the one sell to an outside party? Ideas would be appreciates.

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