Reasonable Compensation for Closely-Held Businesses Practice Guide
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Reasonable Compensation for Closely-Held Businesses Practice Guide

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Reasonableness of employee/shareholder compensation is often one of the first issues scrutinized by the IRS during an examination. Download this practice guide to learn about areas of concerns such as:

  • Closely-held companies that are established as C corporations need to be aware of possible unreasonable/excessive compensation issues for their shareholder-employees.

  • S corporations need to be aware of possible underpayments of compensation to their shareholder-employees to avoid payroll and unemployment taxes.

  • Not-for-profit organizations need to be aware of issues related to

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