S-corp Setup

An S Corporation, often abbreviated as S-Corp, is a type of business structure in the United States that offers certain tax advantages while providing liability protection to its owners, who are called shareholders.

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Frequently Asked Questions

An S corporation is a type of business entity that allows income to pass through to the owners (shareholders) for tax purposes, avoiding double taxation.
You typically need to file Form 2553 with the IRS to elect S-corp status. Requirements may vary by state, so consult your state's business registration agency as well.
Benefits may include pass-through taxation, limited liability protection, and potential tax savings.
Generally, S-corps cannot have non-resident alien shareholders or more than 100 shareholders. However, certain trusts and estates may be eligible shareholders.
S-corps cannot have more than 100 shareholders, and shareholders must be individuals, estates, certain trusts, or certain tax-exempt organizations.

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Tax

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S-Corp Setup

S-corporation status can offer significant tax savings while still allowing corporations to sell stock to shareholders and LLCs to maintain their LLC operating structure. Managing S-Corp Status through the year is also very important.
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