LLC? C Corp? S Corp? Employee or Subcontractor? Choosing Your Business Tax Structure and Reasonable Compensation Plan


September 23, 2021


Daniel J. Pilla


Eric L.Green

  1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT | 120 Minutes

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Attend this informative webinar where we identify and explain each of the available business entities, i.e., S corporation, Partnership, Sole Proprietorship, Limited Liability Company (LLC), etc. We explain the best features and benefits of each entity, the factors to address when considering a given entity, and what the compliance burdens are associated with each one. You will also learn the most common audit traps associated with the business entities and how to avoid them.

You will be able to understand your business client’s potential exposure to an employment tax audit in each of the major areas where the IRS causes the biggest problems with employment tax obligations; and how to get and keep your client in compliance. 

Learning Objective:

A full understanding of what new business owners must consider when selecting an entity from which to operate.

Session Highlights:

  • The biggest mistakes business owners make in selecting an entity 
  • The compliance obligations associated with each entity
  • The important factors to consider in entity selection
  • How the requirement of “reasonable compensation” comes into play
  • How to determination reasonable compensation
  • The consequences of failing to establish reasonable compensation
  • Avoiding audit traps with entity selection

Who Should Attend?

  • CPA’s
  • EAs
  • Other Tax Preparers
  • Tax Attorneys

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