Tax Return Review – “Owner-Employees of S-Corporations”

In this review, Steven focuses on planning opportunities centered around owner-employees of S-Corporations, including adjusting Federal withholding to eliminate/reduce estimated tax payments, small business retirement plan contribution options, reviewing business returns, and examining the QBI deduction. This return also includes rules for deducting Alimony and potential planning opportunities for children not claimed as dependents.

 

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