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What is pass-through taxation?


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Pass-through taxation refers to the taxation of business entities like S-Corporations, LLCs, General Partnerships, and Sole Proprietorships, whereby the business pays no income tax. Instead all income passes through the business to the owners, and the owners pay taxes on it.


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