Shareholder Cannot Make S Corp. Separately Stated Item Election
S corporation’s account for separately stated items that flow through to the shareholder’s tax returns. They are computed on page 3 of the Form 1120S and then listed separately on the Schedule K-1. The idea for breaking these items out separately is that they can impact the shareholder’s individual returns differently. That makes sense, but […] The post Shareholder Cannot Make S Corp. Separately Stated Item Election appeared first on Houston Tax Attorneys: Mitchell & Patel.
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