Tag Archives: S.Corp

S Corp Due Date

Today TaxMama hears from Abe in the Tax Parlor, who says “I have a California-based S-Corp, and I know the 1120-S is due 3/15/07. I thought all income gets passed through to my 1040 and doesn’t get taxed. Does this mean that on 03/15/07 I don’t owe any taxes, just the 1120-S showing the numbers […]

Hiring Kids

Today TaxMama hears from Deanna in the Tax Parlor, who says “My husband and I are about to elect S-corp status in an LLC. We currently pay our kids wages in the LLC, but are wondering if there is any real benefit to continuing this in the S-corp?” Hi Deanna, The benefits for hiring your […]

Dissolving S Corp

Today TaxMama hears from Guy from New Jersey who says, “I am trying to close out a Subchapter S Corporation. How do I deal with the loans I have made to the corporation, and the negative retained earnings? If you could just direct me to the proper IRS publication, I do not mind researching.”

S Corp Owner

Today TaxMama hears from Ken in the TaxParlor who says, “My wife is part of a Subchapter S corporation for a craft store. If the corporation does not declare a dividend can we still write off all of her business expenses on our tax return? How many years can we deduct expenses before the corporation […]

S Corp Dividends

Today TaxMama hears from Dawn in North Carolina, who is puzzled. “My husband and I recently opened a business as a S-Corp. We each own 50% of the stock. My question is this, if we have a profit at the end of the year of $30,000 and we take cash of $10,000 from the company […]