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What is double taxation?


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Double taxation refers to the process by which a typical for-profit Corporation pays federal corporate income tax, and then its owners also pay federal income tax on the income they take from the Corporation.



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What if I get a notice of non-acceptance from the IRS? Within 60 days of submission of an S-Corporation election filing to the IRS, the IRS should mail you a notice of the acceptance or non-acceptance. If they indicate non-acceptance, they will usually ...
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What is double taxation? Double taxation refers to the process by which a typical for-profit Corporation pays federal corporate income tax, and then its owners also pay federal income tax on the income they take from the ...
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Can a filing be expedited? No, it is the same turnaround time for everyone. We are usually able to submit your election to the IRS within one business day of receiving all required signatures, and the IRS should mail you a ...
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Do I need to have a Federal Tax ID before I file? Yes. The federal S-Corporation election application requires a Federal Tax ID, also known as an Employer Identification Number. The Federal Tax ID must be specifically for the Corporation or LLC that ...
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