How might business restructuring reduce tax liabilities?
Our corporate tax system imposes two taxes, one at the corporate level and one on the company’s shareholders. As a result, if a corporation distributes appreciated property to its shareholders, the corporation is taxed on the appreciation. The shareholders are taxed, too, on the full value of the property they receive. Two exceptions exist under IRC Section 351 and 355. This video reviews restructuring options and requirements and the advantages between the different options.
E. Pete Lewis, MBA, CPA, EA
Lewis & Associates Tax Planning, Inc.
- Principal at Lewis & Associates Tax Planning, Inc., (LATP) in St. Charles, Illinois
- CPA and enrolled agent admitted to practice before the IRS
- Organized LATP in 2008 after spending 30 years of working in tax management positions for Chicago area law firms, public accounting firms and corporations
- Conducts live workshops and webinars on tax planning topics and IRS debt resolution strategies
- Practice concentrates on tax planning, tax controversy and IRS representation
- Adjunct professor at DePaul University’s School of New Learning and University of Phoenix, Chicago on ground campus
- Can be contacted at 630-845-9664, [email protected], or www.taxadvisorstcharles.com
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