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Recap of S Corp Downsides
By Jason Watson, CPA
Posted February 28, 2020
There are several issues where an S Corporation election does not make sense. Be wary of all the accountants and other business owners who automatically check the Yes box when asked about making the election. Attorneys screw this up was too often as well. As you can see in this chapter, it is not for everyone or every situation.
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- A solid Yes, or
- A solid No, or
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