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IncorporationShould an independent software consultant (independent contractor) incorporate himself?

| Jun 5, 2005 | Uncategorized

Question: IncorporationShould an independent software consultant (independent contractor) incorporate himself?

Reply:Probably not. The better choice in most states would be to set-up a Limited Liability Company. This is a disregarded entity for Federal tax purposes. The LLC “member” would simply file a Schedule C as part of the 1040 rather than an 1120 Corporate Income Tax Return. Please see my web site https://www.taxesq.com/ for more information on the best legal choice of entity.

see: http://www.TaxEsq.com

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