LLC taxed as an S-Corp? It just might save you big money on taxes.
If you have an LLC you know that self-employment taxes can be a nightmare. Our speaker reviews the math that gets you ahead of the game by choosing the LLC taxed as an S-Corp. It may not be for every client but it’s worth looking into. Different states may have different tax considerations and asset protection laws, but the overall goal of asset protection is to implement a comprehensive design of procedures and structures to minimize the occurrence of a lawsuit and minimize the losses if a cause of action ultimately arises. This video reviews tax planning and asset protection when utilizing LLCs and how to protect the corporate veil.
Mark J. Kohler
Kyler, Kohler, Ostermiller & Sorenson
- Partner in the office of Kyler, Kohler, Ostermiller & Sorenson Lawyers (KKOS Lawyer) | Kohler & Eyre CPAs (K&E CPAs)
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of providing clear and understandable tax and legal advice to entrepreneurs
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on tax and legal strategy hosted by Entrepreneur Media
- Author of several publications related to the areas of creating Financial Freedom through savvy tax planning and business entity set up. Newest book, The Business Owner’s Guide to Financial Freedom published by Entrepreneur Books and awarded Best Seller on Amazon the day it launched
- M.Pr.A, C.P.A. and J.D. degrees
- Member of the BAR (Idaho & Utah), CPA (Utah, California, Idaho, Arizona, Hawaii)
- Can be contacted at [email protected], (435) 586-9366 or on Twitter®: @markkohler
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