S Corporation Taxation from CCH focuses on the rules of Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code and integrates these rules with other portions of the tax law that can have substantial impact on S corporations and their shareholders. At the end of each chapter are pertinent checklists, worksheets and sample election letters to help apply the concepts. This title covers the latest regulations; recent cases and rulings; creative new techniques for separating ownership using trusts and disregarded entities, along with hazards; transactions unique to S corporations.6 Election To Have a Tax Year Other Than a 9Ada#39; AdAdAdAda#39;aquot;a#39;Adr ml Required Tax Year Adaaquot; 3 aquot;rAda#39; a#39;Saaquot;oAdAd Depanmemoflhe Treasury ... date of the first tax Month Day Yeaa#39; year for which the election will be effective that the entity is (see instructions): [:1 Adopting C] ... Ohio, Pennsylvania. ... place of business in the united States must file Form 8716 with the Internal Revenue Service Center, P.O. Box 40g101, Ogden.
|Title||:||S Corporation Taxation 2011|
|Author||:||Robert W. Jamison|
|Publisher||:||CCH Incorporated - 2010-11-30|