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Stop Throwing Money Away: How a Reasonable Compensation Report Can Save You Thousands

S Corp owners who work in their business are required by the IRS to pay themselves a reasonable salary, or reasonable compensation, via W-2. The costs for non-compliance can be steep, but so can the missed tax savings if you are overpaying reasonable compensation. The best way to get the most tax advantages while staying …

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Dawn Brolin Reveals Her Must-Have Accounting Apps

Dawn Brolin, an experienced CPA with extensive experience navigating the challenges of owning an accounting firm (communicating with clients, getting documentation in a timely manner, knowing how to price your services, and more) has successfully transformed her firm into a highly efficient operation by leveraging the appropriate tech stack. By implementing streamlined workflows and processes …

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S Corp Tax Deductions List

What is an S-Corp and How are Their Taxes Structured? An S-Corp is a type of corporate business entity where the tax structure regulations fall under Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code. Incorporating a business as an S-Corp is a smart way to avoid double taxation since income, losses, deductions, and credits are passed …

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