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Should I convert my LLC to an S-Corp (Sub-S Election)?

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By Jason Watson ()

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Perhaps. Reducing your self-employment taxes is the main reason LLC owners want to convert to an S-Corp. There are some issues such as payroll, corporate tax return requirements and passive incomes. But if you have over $10,000 in net profits, you might want to give it some serious consideration. Please read our tax article on the Sub-S election and becoming an S-Corp at-

www.watsoncpagroup.com/SubS.pdf

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