S-corp

Incorporation Is Not for Everyone

If you’re not good at paperwork, the corporate form of business is probably not for you. Let me tell you about a tax court case involving William H. Bruecher III. He learned a lesson by paying more than $27,000 in taxes on monies his corporation supposedly loaned to him. Mr. Bruecher’s corporation did not pay …

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5 success rules for your S-corp

So you’ve set yourself up as an S-corporation.  As your business grows, it’s great to think about yourself as a separate entity from the business, so you’re not muddying the waters between personal and work finances, and you’re protected personally from liability.  While you’re legally a separate entity from your business under S-Corp, it’s important …

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Take Advantage of the 199A Deduction for 2019

If you operate your business as a pass-through entity, such as a proprietorship, partnership, or S corporation, the profits of that business can generate the Section 199A tax deduction. No-Problem Businesses You qualify for the Section 199A deduction—period, regardless of pass-through business type—when you have pass-through qualified business income (QBI), and 2019 Form 1040 taxable …

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