How to calculate self employment taxes
Self-employment taxes are the employment taxes for someone who is self-employed. They are separate from your state and federal taxes. If you want a quick answer, check line 12 on schedule SE. Continue reading if you want to understand how self-employment taxes work. Table of Contents Full Video Transcript: How to calculate self employment taxes…Read More
What is reasonable compensation for s-corp owners?
What is reasonable compensation for s corp owners? Section 162 of the tax code states, “a reasonable allowance for salaries or other compensation for personal services actually rendered,” but what does this mean for your s-corp owner compensation? The term you will hear repeatedly when it comes to S-corp owners and compensation is, “reasonable.” The…Read More
Should I own an S-Corp to save taxes?
How many S-Corps should you have? Is one enough? Multiple? Or should you skip the s-corp altogether? I will only focus on the taxes and retirement savings when it comes to the s-corp and not any legal or shareholder benefits. S-Corporations are great for small business taxes, but you need to know how those taxes…Read More
How to file an annual report for an LLC or S-Corp in Florida
File Annual Report FULL TRANSCRIPT [Edited for readability] In this video. I’m going to show you how to update your annual report if you have an LLC or an S-Corp in the State of Florida. So the first thing we’re going to do is go to Google and type in Sunbiz renewal. We’re going to…Read More
Can a 1099 independent contractor have a Solo 401(k)?
The short answer is yes and it depends. First, let’s clarify who we’re talking about here. If you are earning money as a side hustle, independent contractor, 1099, sole proprietor, or schedule C filers which are really all the same thing, you may be eligible based on these types of income to contribute to a…Read More