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17
MAY
2021
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.

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.
22
MAR
2021
What is the best choice of entity for a new business venture? It might be an S corporation. Here’s why.

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.
28
DEC
2020
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.

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.
23
NOV
2020
The importance of S corporation basis and distribution elections

The importance of S corporation basis and distribution elections

Do you operate your business as an S corporation? Be aware that several elections are available to an S corp. or its shareholders that can affect the basis adjustments caused by distributions and other events.
18
FEB
2020
SMALL BUSINESS TAX BRIEF FOR FEBRUARY 18

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?
28
OCT
2019
C Corporation to S Corporation

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.