By Greg Lindberg, 1800Accountant.com Writer
Before you receive the hard-earned title of being a newly crowned business owner, you must weigh the different types of business entities available to you. Each entity is designed uniquely when it comes to how the IRS treats it. Considering the tax obligations that apply to each entity is a must to make a wise business decision. 1800Accountant.com, one of MyCorporation’s partners, offers a few pointers to consider on how LLCs are structured and taxed.
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Tax time is rough for everyone, but it can be particularly brutal for business owners. Everyone needs a little help from time to time, but business owners need to find every break they can to help them stay in business and grow their company.
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