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San Jose S corporation tax attorney, tax filing guidelines, 
S corporations, federal income tax, California taxIf you are setting up a new business or restructuring an existing one, you might consider electing to be taxed as an S Corporation, which means you are electing to have your entity taxed under Subchapter S of the federal tax code. Such entities will also be considered as an S corporation for California tax purposes.

Provided that the business qualifies, it may be beneficial from a tax perspective for an entity to be considered an S corporation as the business will be able to avoid federal double taxation because there is no corporate federal income tax on the profits of the company. All profits and losses are passed on to the entity’s shareholders.

Structure of an S Corporation

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San Jose LLC tax attorney,  tax flexibility, limited liability companies, LLCs, California taxation lawLimited liability companies (LLCs) are often touted for their tax flexibility. In fact, that is one of the reasons why people choose to set up their business as an LLC.

LLCs are commonly called pass-through tax entities for federal income tax purposes. This is because the LLC will not be responsible for these taxes. Instead, the LLC’s individual members will pay the federal income taxes.

However, LLCs must comply with certain filing requirements and possibly pay a state minimum tax in California and may need to pay a California LLC fee. The proper forms and amount of taxes and fees will be determined by the setup of the LLC and also by certain elections made.

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delinquent tax debt, San Jose delinquent tax attorney, back taxes issues, IRS property seized, tax debtIf you have a delinquent tax debt, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), California Franchise Tax Board (FTB), or California Board of Equalization (BOE) may have the power to take your property. This power to seize, or levy, your assets is why you should seek to remedy the delinquency as soon as possible through an installment agreement or other means.

The levy process is meant to satisfy your tax debt. The IRS, FTB, or BOE may seize your property and sell it, if necessary, and apply the proceeds to your delinquent taxes. The cost of the sale may also have to be paid by the taxpayer through the levied property.

The following property is subject to seizure:

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tax evasion, San Jose tax attorney, tax audit, taxation law, tax liabilityYou may not be a millionaire celebrity or a huge corporation, but that does not mean you cannot be guilty of tax evasion. Even though these are the types of people and entities typically associated with tax evasion, any person who files tax returns could find himself or herself under investigation for this serious crime.

According to the Internal Revenue Code § 7201, tax evasion involves “[a]ny person who willfully attempts in any manner to evade or defeat any tax imposed by this title or the payment thereof.”

Thus, this law sets forth two kinds of tax evasion:

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sales tax audit, tax audit, San Jose sales tax audit attorney, California tax attorney, tax audit preparationWhen you learn that your business’ sales tax records are being audited, there are certain steps you can take to make the process go smoothly and to handle the tax audit properly. There will be many times during the sales tax audit process that you have questions, and it is best to seek assistance of a sales tax lawyer who can advise you of your obligations under the law as well as what options are most strategic for you and your business.

Understanding Audit Purposes

The California State Board of Equalization administers the sales tax audit. The audit’s purpose is to determine if you have paid the proper amount of sales tax.

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