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A limited liability corporation means that the company’s money is not the owner’s money.
The owner’s stake in the company may be partial; that person may only own 51% of the company, and still be considered the ‘owner,’ because they have the controlling interest.
Those profits may be reinvested rather than distributed as dividends, making them unavailable as assets to the shareholders.
The number reported may be based on ‘earnings’ and not true net profit.