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    Who would the IRS audit - the flow-through entity or the tax

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    Who would the IRS audit - the flow-through entity or the tax-payer?

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    Who would the IRS audit - the flow-through entity or the tax-payer?

    The IRS is more likely to audit a flowthrough entity than a taxpayer, but they could (and do) audit either. Flowthrough entities get audited more, particularly if they have between $10-50 million in assets. If the flowthrough entity misstates their financial data, it flows through to the taxpayer. It wouldn't ...

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