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A Brief Overview on How Tax Reform Affects Choice of Entity

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), signed by President Trump in Dec. 2017, has significant implications for how businesses will assess the choice of entity. Prior to reform, partnerships were a very common choice of entity, but with the new provisions in TCJA, the C corporation has become an appealing option once again (but […] The post A Brief Overview on How Tax Reform Affects Choice of Entity appeared first on SmallBizClub.

Tax Reform Creates Desire for the C Corporation

When you first see a 21 percent tax rate for the C Corporation, you have to think this could be the choice of entity for your business operation. Further, when you find yourself in the out-of-favor group for the 20 percent deduction authorized by new tax code Section 199A, you naturally gravitate to thinking about the C Corporation, […] The post Tax Reform Creates Desire for the C Corporation appeared first on SmallBizClub.

Types of Business Entities and How They Work

If you’re starting your own business, or even if you’ve been in business for a while, you may be wondering what your options are for structuring your company. There are a number of types of business entities, each of which works in different ways. Choosing the right one for your company may be the single […] The post Types of Business Entities and How They Work appeared first on SmallBizClub.

Partnerships and Pass-through Entities: What Do You Do?

Question: Jane is a Partner in a partnership with a July 31 year end. What information does she use to calculate the Sec. 199A deduction she claims on her 2018 Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return? Short Answer: Jane uses the information from her partnership Schedule K-1, Partner’s Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, etc., for the year ended […] The post Partnerships and Pass-through Entities: What Do You Do? appeared first on SmallBizClub.

How Organizations Are Classified as Partnerships

An unincorporated organization with two or more members is generally classified as a partnership for federal tax purposes if its members carry on a trade, business, financial operation, or venture and divide its profits. However, a joint undertaking merely to share expenses is not a partnership. For example, co-ownership of property maintained and rented or […] The post How Organizations Are Classified as Partnerships appeared first on SmallBizClub.

What Entity is Right for You and Your Business?

Starting your own business can be both challenging and rewarding. You want to make sure you get off on the right foot by choosing the type of entity that’s right for you and your business. To help you make the best possible choice, here are some factors to consider along with which business entity might […] The post What Entity is Right for You and Your Business? appeared first on SmallBizClub.

Sole Proprietor vs LLC: 7 Things You Need to Know

When you first make the decision to go into business for yourself, it’s an exciting moment. You’re probably not thinking about all the logistics and little business decisions you’ll have to make along the way. It’s a moment for celebration, not for practical planning—but very quickly, reality hits. As a business owner, you have responsibilities, […] The post Sole Proprietor vs LLC: 7 Things You Need to Know appeared first on SmallBizClub.

8 Common Types of Companies for Businesses

Businesses are usually started by forming some kind of Business entity, which are generally any type of Company. We have divided the types of companies on their nature of formation… Read more » The post 8 Common Types of Companies for Businesses appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.

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