Tag Archives: Partnerships
Partners Who Work For Disregarded Entity Owned By Partnership Are Self-Employed The IRS has issued final, temporary and proposed regs that preserve a partner’s status as a partner, and not an employee, where the partner works for a disregarded entity … Continue reading
During the third quarter of 2015, there were many important federal tax developments. The following highlights some of the more significant developments for you.
C-Corporations and Pass through corporations can contribute to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program and receive a much needed benefit.
Corporations can receive a tax credit for amounts contributed to the GOAL Scholarship Program and many corporations have done so. For “C” corporations, the tax credit is available up to 75% of their annual Georgia income tax liability. Owners of … Continue reading
The Supreme Court has declined to review a decision of the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit that a corporate investor wasn’t a bona fide partner in an LLC and thus wasn’t entitled to claim its share of historic … Continue reading
The IRS has created a plethora of penalties that apply to partnerships and partners. This penalty structure is consistent with the IRS’s policy of self assessment and penalties for failing to properly apply the law.
Partnership return for 2011 reflect numerous changes. Form 1065, Reporting for US Partnerships are due by April 16, 2012 (for calendar year partnerships). Here are some of the new items we will need to address during this filing year.