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Forming S corporation generally allows you to pass business losses through to your personal income tax return, where you can use it to offset any income that you have from other sources.
 
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Category : > Article Directory To Open An S Corporation
Posted On : Thu Aug 27th,2009

 
Forming S corporation generally allows you to pass business losses through to your personal income tax return, where you can use it to offset any income that you have from other sources.
 

S corporation set up may be fruitful for several reasons:

  • Forming S corporation generally allows you to pass business losses through to your personal   income tax return, where you can use it to offset any income that you have from other sources.
  • S Corp shareholders are not subject to self-employment taxes. These taxes, which add up to more than 15% of your income, are used to pay your Social Security and Medicare taxes.
  • When you sell your S Corp, your taxable gain on the sale of the business can be less than it would have been had you operated the business as a regular corporation.
  • S corporation is not a corporation structure, it is a tax structure and you file the election with the Internal Revenue Service to file your taxes as an S Corporation.
  • LLC can file corporation taxes as an S Corporation too

You can use the following link to check if your state requires to file an S Corporation election with the state.

https://www.infotaxsquare.com/article/filing-s-corporation-election.html

 

  


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Comments (2)
Larrykeeling   wrote on : Fri Feb 12th,2010
I wish to set up my federal I.D. for the IRS as well as the fiticioius name for the Business LarryK's Property General Maintenance I believe as to filing S corp. to get myelf started, what package plan and information is needed to get my self started thatnk-you very much sincerely Larry Keeling      View Detail
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Dear Larrykeeling: Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. Please follow the following links to register your S-Corporation along with your Federal ID Number and DBA (Doing Business As Registration)

Link To Register S-Corporation:
https://www.infotaxsquare.com/processor/order-init.php?o=co

Link To Register DBA of your S-Corporation:
https://www.infotaxsquare.com/forms/assumed_name.php

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Orville Brown   wrote on : Mon Nov 01st,2010
How can I switch from one registrar to another.      View Detail
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Dear  Orville Brown: Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. It depends on the state. Which state are you in?

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