Monday, April 1, 2013

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Your business legal form will determine how it is treated for tax purposes. A business entity can be taxed as a separate entity or the business profits and losses can be passed through to the owners, who include these amounts on their individual tax returns. 

Sole proprietorships, S Corps, LLC’s are always pass-through entities. One -Owner LLC’s are taxed like sole proprietorships. However, LLC’s and Partnership owners have the option of choosing to have their entity taxed a C corporation(separate enitity) or an S Corp by filing an election with the IRS.

A pass-through entity does not pay tax itself. Instead, the business profits or losses are passed through to its owners, who include them on their personal tax return
(Form 1040).

If a profit is passed through to the owner, the owner must add that money to any income from other sources and pay tax on the total amount. If a loss is passed through, the owner can generally use it to offset income from other sources- for example, salary from a job etc to reduce the total amount of income subject to tax.

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