[ajug-members] OT: consultant incorporation tips / resources?
brian_a_lee at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 8 12:43:24 EST 2005
Yes, the IRS is auditing S Corps at a higher rate than in previous years
(although still really low). But the advantages of an SCorp over a CCorp are
great if you only have a few employees.
An SCorp really is advantageous if you make a medium amount. For people who
make over 95k the SSN is already capped out and people who make less than
$50k aren't going to go through the hassle. So you're best off with an SCorp
if you think that your compensation will be between 60-95k after everything
>From: "Curt Smith" <chsmith at speakeasy.net>
>To: "General AJUG membership forum (100-200
>messages/month)"<ajug-members at ajug.org>
>Subject: Re: [ajug-members] OT: consultant incorporation tips / resources?
>Date: Tue, 08 Nov 2005 12:13:10 -0500
>Thanks Paul and others. Like you said I've got homework to do! Great to
>hear from you Paul. Thanks too re the Delaware registration because the
>distant future may have me work in other states or travel.
>Paul, you infer advantages of a Delaware corp and thanks for bringing that
>BTW, anyone have comments on C or S type corporation. Or if the IRS is
>auditing S type personal corporations like I think heard rumor?
>Thanks to all, curt
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