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1099 or W-2 for Shareholder-Employees of S Corps? Updated for 199A (28,325 Hits)Feb 01, 2019
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How to Stress Test a Reasonable Compensation Figure (8,243 Hits)Jan 01, 2019
IRS lays out steps to keep Reasonable Comp challenges out of Tax Court (5,950 Hits)May 01, 2019
Did the IRS Really Lose? Lessons from the Davis Case (5,424 Hits)Aug 01, 2019
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By Paul S. Hamann & Jack Salewski, CPA, CGMA The most popular methods for computing reasonable compensation are, like the cool kids in high school, cute and fun to hang around with, but not who you need at your side come finals week. Conventional Wisdom, Rule of Thumb, and Safe Harbor methodologies win the popularity
By Paul S. Hamann & Jack Salewski, CPA, CGMA Just how big of an issue is S Corp. officer compensation under reporting? Big would be an understatement. The most recent estimate (TY 2011-2013) has S Corp. owners underreporting compensation by $24 billion per year, twice as much as ten years earlier. So, what is the
By Paul S. Hamann & Jack Salewski, CPA, CGMA “Too clever is dumb” quipped the humorous poet Ogden Nash. He wasn’t wrong. A couple named Hacker found that out the hard way, and by that we mean the expensive way. It has been about seven or eight years since we last had an S Corp
By Paul S. Hamann & Jack Salewski, CPA, CGMA We recently polled 993 CPAs, EA’s, and other tax professionals to find out if they could recognize fact from fiction as it applies to the IRS’s guidance on how to determine reasonable compensation. 81% believed the fiction. Here’s what we asked: Which of the following methods