S Corporation Owner Subject to Self-Employment Tax

Taxpayers often establish Subchapter S corporations to avoid Social Security and Medicare taxes on a portion of their earnings. This is a very common arrangement. In Fleischer v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2016-238, the taxpayer was not able to avoid these taxes using a Subchapter S corporation. The case provides an example of how the Subchapter […]

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