1.What are three advantages of an S Corp. over a Partnership?
Give examples of each one.
2.What is Piercing the Corporate Veil?
When does it happen?
3.What are three negatives of an S Corporation?
4.What is double taxation?
Provide an example.
5.What is unlimited liability?
6.Who hires the management that runs a publicly traded company?
1. Advantages of S Corp over partnership
i. As compared to partnership, S Corp limits the business liability.
For example, the S Corp reduces the risk of the business
ii. Tax accounting is easier for S Corp as compared to partnership.
For example, S Corp enables owners avoid a second tax called double tax and avoiding double tax means that S Corp saves business owners a substantial amount of income tax.
iii. S Corp saves corporate income taxes and payroll tax.
For example, The payroll tax rate is, roughly speaking, 15% on the first $100,000 of sole proprietorship profit, partner's profit share, or shareholder, salary and 3% on anything above the first $100,000. This means that someone who makes $100,000 a year as a sole proprietor, partner, or employee pays (either directly or indirectly) about $15,000 in ...
The expert examines the three advantages of an S Corporation over a partnership.