An Introduction to S Corporations

Exam Questions: 20
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 88 | Content: 78, Supplemental: 10
NASBA Area of Study: Taxes
Not Acceptable for: N/A
Version: 7770A

S corporations are currently the largest business tax filer in the United States of America. This course covers the tax considerations in electing S corporation status, the advantages and disadvantages of S corporate taxation, the requirements to be an S corporation, and trusts that qualify as S corporation shareholders. PLEASE NOTE: This course material is a component of #7775: S Corporations - Part 1 , and therefore we recommend that you should not take both courses in the same CPE reporting period. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

EA Program Approval Number: ZX34G-T-00445-21-S

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Table of Contents
  • Tax Considerations in Electing S Corporation Status
  • Requirements to Be an S Corporation
  • Trusts That Qualify as S Corporation Shareholders
  • To identify tax considerations in electing S corporation status
  • To recognize statutory requirements to be an S Corporation
  • To recognize types of trusts that can be a shareholder of an S corporation

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