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Can an LLC elect S-Corporation taxation?


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Yes, for taxation reasons too complicated to explain here, an LLC may sometimes decide that it desires to be taxed by the IRS like an S-Corporation. To do so, it can file an S-Corporation Election, and it may also need to file an Entity Classification Election.



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