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S Corps: Everything You Need to Know


Cost $10.00
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateNovember 23, 2022
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

This webinar is designed to raise tax professionals' awareness of all of the concepts and requirements needed to successfully operate an S Corporation. Attendees of this webinar will better understand the benefits and downfalls of S Corps to help clients make better decisions, legally pay less in taxes, and keep more money in their business. This webinar will cover simple and powerful tax strategies that can be implemented today, along with sample agreements and worksheets for use in practice.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the benefits and tax savings of an S Corporation

  • Define the break-even point calculation to determine when an S Corporation makes sense

  • Recognize how to follow the tax law requirements of running an S corporation and best practices

  • Identify the importance of documenting and determining reasonable compensation

  • Recognize what shareholder loans are and how the IRS treats them

  • Define the basis and why it's important

  • List more tax savings strategies for an S Corporation

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Josh believes small businesses care about what they do and need the resources to keep their passion alive. He decided to dedicate his career to making small businesses better by providing them with the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed. Having earned his degree in Accounting, he is an Enrolled Agent and Accredited Business Accountant. He is also a Registered Tax Planner and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. When Josh is not in the office, you will find him spending time with his family and friends.

About Our Presenter

DKK Accounting started when Dale K. Koglin, CPA, EA, ATA, ATP obtained his first corporate client before he was drafted by the United States Army. After being honorably discharged he returned to his accounting practice and continued to further his education in accounting. Later, he ended up purchasing an income tax business where he learned the complexities of preparing tax returns for farmers. Having been Dale K. Koglin Accounting for many years he partnered with another professional and became D&W Accounting. When his partner passed away the firm name changed back to Dale K. Koglin Accounting. Serving several clients over the many years by himself, and having no luck with employees in the past, he decided to take a chance on a young man and offered him a mentorship. Having forged a bond between them after years of working together he decided to pass the torch and name him as his successor. When Dale passed away in 2015 he had been in business for over 59 years! After his passing the firm name changed once again to DKK Accounting in order to modernize the business while keeping his legacy alive.