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About RCReports

RCReports provides instant and accurate insights into Reasonable Compensation for closely held businesses to ensure your clients remain compliant, minimize risk and realize maximum payroll tax savings. With in-built industry, legal, IRS criteria and salary data intelligence, tax advisors, valuators and forensic accountants gain access to credible and independent Reasonable Compensation calculations with guaranteed cover in the event of an IRS audit or litigation.

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Wages Database

We synthesize a proprietary blend of IRS criteria, court rulings, geographic data and our Exclusive database of wages to...

Cost Approach

Cost Approach

The Cost Approach breaks the duties of the business owner into its components such as company administration, accounting, finance...

Market Approach

Market Approach

Compares the business owner's compensation to compensation within the same industry. The market approach focuses as much as possible...

Income Approach

Income Approach

Seeks to determine whether a hypothetical investor would be satisfied with their return on investment when looking at the financial...

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LATEST INSIGHTS

  • What You Need to Win an IRS Reasonable Compensation Challenge

    By Paul S. Hamann & Jack Salewski, CPA, CGMA This is a true story. Names & identifying details have been changed to protect the innocent. Nancy had a feeling that $40,500 was a good Reasonable Compensation figure for her as owner of Nancy’s Nail Salon. She didn’t have any facts or data to back it

  • IRS lays out steps to keep Reasonable Comp challenges out of Tax Court

    In a recent memorandum to its examiners and appeals agents, the IRS lays out steps to keep Reasonable Compensation challenges out of Tax Court. Great, you say, nobody wants to go to court!

    Not so fast. The option of filing a petition in Tax Court provides taxpayers with time and leverage. By following the steps in this memo, IRS examiners can prevent taxpayers who cannot reach a resolution on Reasonable Compensation from filing a petition in Tax Court. This means:

    1. Tax must be paid now. When filing a petition with the Tax Court, taxpayer can avoid paying the tax until the matter is finally resolved.
    2. Leverage Lost. Filing or even the threat of filing a petition with the Tax Court can give taxpayers and their advocates’ leverage to get the appeals agent to settle the dispute favorably.

  • How to Stress Test a Reasonable Compensation Figure

    Stress testing a reasonable compensation figure is simple. The courts have listed the factors they consider when determining whether a reasonable compensation figure is indeed reasonable. We can use those factors to “stress test” any reasonable compensation figure.

  • What if an S Corp Owner can’t afford to pay Reasonable Compensation?

    This is by far the number one question we receive, and the answer is both simple and complex. Why? Because the amount of Reasonable Compensation actually paid is tied to distributions, not profit or loss.

    Depending on the company’s financial condition and business strategy, a shareholder-employee may be able to take Reasonable Compensation plus a distribution, just Reasonable Compensation, or neither. What the shareholder-employee can’t do take a distribution instead of Reasonable Compensation.

    To help you better understand, let’s run through a few simple scenarios and then move onto some more advanced ones. Keep in mind the following:

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