This new Second Edition of How to Start Your Own S Corporation provides small business owners with the real facts about forming an S corporation. Newly updated, this one–of–a–kind guide tells you everything you need to know on the subject, with step–by–step guidance, savvy insider tips, and a wealth of hard–to–get information on S and every other type of corporation your business may qualify for.
This Second Edition updates the many changes in income tax law since the original publication, including the expansion of the allowed number of stockholders, the new rule that S corporations can own subsidiary corporations, new rules for medical expense benefits, and new IRS rules for LLC classification. The Second Edition of How to Start Your Own S Corporation includes:
Up–to–date information on recent changes in tax law affecting S corporations, LLCs, and stockholder rules
The latest updated IRS forms
Clear explanations of the advantages and disadvantages of S corporations, LLCs, partnerships, C corporations, and other legal forms of business
Straightforward expert advice on choosing the business form that’s right for your goals and income level
A detailed plan for setting up your corporation and finding affordable professional assistance
Dozens of eye–opening, real–life examples
New information when tax law changes at [external URL]
So, whether you are thinking about starting your own business or you already own a small business, the Second Edition of How to Start Your Own S Corporation will give you all the insider information you need to take full advantage of current tax law.
How Forms of Business Organization Are Taxed.
When to Be an S Corporation.
Procedures for Becoming and Continuing as an S Corporation.
More Nit–Picking Rules––Some Good/Some Bad.
An Alternative––The Limited Liability Company (LLC).
Appendix A: Tax Rate Schedules for 2000.
Appendix B: Limited Liability: How Limited Is It?
Appendix C: S Corporation Documents and Forms.
Appendix D: Limited Liability Company Documents and Forms.
Appendix E: Records to Be Kept and Information to Be Filed.