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An S corporation could cut your self-employment tax
Business owners that operate as an S corporation are subject to income tax, but not self-employment tax, on their share of the entity’s income. Here’s how the rules work.
Know the ins and outs of “reasonable compensation” for a corporate business owner
To keep executive compensation deductible, C corporation owners want to ensure it’s reasonable. Otherwise, it could be deemed a dividend. Here’s why it matters.
Is an S corporation the best choice of entity for your business?
What is the best choice of entity for a new business venture? It might be an S corporation. Here’s why.
What are the tax implications of buying or selling a business?
Buying or selling a business may be the largest transaction you’ll ever make. Pay attention to taxes. After a deal is done, it may be too late to get the best tax results.
The right entity choice: Should you convert from a C to an S corporation?
Are you reconsidering the choice of entity for your business? These are several factors to consider when converting from a C corporation to an S corporation. Here are four of them.
Determine a reasonable salary for a corporate business owner
When it comes to executive compensation, C corporation owners need to keep it “reasonable.” Here’s why.
How business owners may be able to reduce tax by using an S corporation
If you conduct your business as an S corporation, you’ll be subject to income tax, but not self-employment tax, on your share of the S corporation’s income. Could this be the entity for you?
Thinking about converting from a C corporation to an S corporation?
These are several factors to consider when a business converts from C corporation to S corporation status. Here is what you should understand.
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