A Collection of Web Pages About Forming An S-Corporation
Learn about creating an S Corporation (S Corp) | BizFilings
Many business owners assume it will be too costly or time-consuming—but neither is the case.
An S corporation is a corporation that is treated, for federal tax purposes, as a pass-through entity through an election made with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to be considered an S corporation…More at http://bizfilings.com
S Corp (S Corporation) Advantages & Disadvantages | CT Corporation
This article will help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of an S corporation, which is an important first step in determining if the S corporation is the right option for your company.
The first thing to remember is that an S corporation is simply a for-profit corporation that elected to be taxed under Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code, making it a “pass-through” entity for tax purposes.
It is incorporated under and governed by the same …More at http://ct.wolterskluwer.com
Six Benefits of Forming an S-Corporation – Business.com
So you’re looking to start your business? Don’t know what legal structure to go with? Here are 6 benefits of forming an S-Corporation.
The Benefits of an S Corporation – Small Business Trends
With the S Corporation election deadline approaching (March 15, 2016, for existing businesses), this is a good time to explore the advantages of electing S Corporation tax treatment to see if it’s right for your business.
Keep in mind that everything written here should be taken as general information and is not a substitute for advice from a tax advisor or CPA who’s familiar with the specifics of your situation…More at http://smallbiztrends.com
Before You Form an S Corp, Consider These Points
Our legal expert breaks down the pros and cons of forming an S Corporation.
Q: Someone told me that having an S corp has many advantages as well as disadvantages. Can you explain to me exactly what this type of corporation entails and if it is beneficial? – Peggy Stiles
A: An S Corporation is a small corporation that elects to be taxed under Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code, which gives an electing corporation some, but not all, of the tax benefits of a partnership…More at http://entrepreneur.com