Post Profile






Tax Roundup, 10/6/16: An LLC isn’t a corporation unless you make it one. And: Losses, bad arguments, and links to nice things!

Oops, I liquidated. A recent Tax Court case reminds us that corporations and limited liability companies aren’t necessarily the same thing, […]
read more

share

Related Posts


Staudt Presents Corporate Tax Abuse in Court Today at Loyola-L.A.

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog

Nancy Staudt (USC) presents Corporate Tax Abuse in Court (with Joshua Blank (NYU)) at Loyola-L.A. today as part of its Tax Policy Colloquium Series: Corporate tax advisors often wish to minimize a corporation’s tax liability without...

Tax Roundup, 7/12/2012: S corporation distributions aren’t fraudulent conveyance. Also: why Amazon will pay sales taxes; Daffy Chuck

Business & Finance / Taxes : Roth & Company Blog

Bankruptcy court rules that S corporation payment of shareholder taxes not a fraudulent conveyance.   S corporations don’t pay taxes; their [...]

Pass-through Businesses can Face Marginal Tax Rates over 50 percent in Some States

Business & Finance / Taxes : Tax Foundation's Tax Policy Blog

For this week's tax map, we're continuing our series on pass-through businesses. For the first map of the series, check out our two previous maps (here and here) Sole proprietorships, S corporations, limited liability companies (LLC...

LLC or Corporation? How to Pick the Right Business Structure for Your Startup

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

Corporations and Limited Liability Companies are easily the two most popular business structures. Both have their own sets of pros and cons, and there are plenty of articles scattered across the internet comparing LLCs and Corporati...

C or S Corporation Choice is Critical for Small Business

Business & Finance / Taxes : The Tax Lawyer

When an individual outgrew a proprietorship, a corporation used to be the norm. Today, limited liability companies (LLCs) are the new normal. See IRS: Forming a Limited Liability Company. But if you have a corporation—one you formed...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC