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Pass-Through Taxation: How to Report Pass-Through Income on Your Tax Return
What Is Pass-Through Taxation?
Pass-through taxation is common for small business owners or freelancers. Learn what pass-through in [...]
LLC vs S-corp, S-corp vs C-corp, and C-corp vs LLC: Guide to Choosing a Business Structure
LLC, S-corp, or C-corp? The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Business Structure
Choosing a business structure that fits your goals is as essential to entrepreneurial success as fun [...]
LLC vs C-corp for Startups - Which Business Structure is Best?
LLC vs C-corp for a Startup: 3 Reasons LLCs May Be the Winner

Choosing an LLC for your startup could result in significant tax savings.

Section 1202 Exclusion - QSBS Tax Treatment
How the Section 1202 Exclusion Can Save Millions in Taxes
The Qualified Small Business Stock (QSBS) tax exemption is a very powerful tax saving tool for those [...]
IRS 83(b) Election - Startup Stock Tax Savings
IRS 83(b) Election: Save Taxes on Early-Stage Stock
The 83(b) tax election can save you many thousands of dollars, but there's a short window of time to [...]
Equity Compensation Plans: 4 Alternatives to Stock Options - Equity-Based Compensation Plans
Equity Compensation: 4 Alternatives to Stock Options
Equity compensation is popular for both companies and employees, but the most well-known method—aw [...]
Profits Interest LLC - Motivate Employees with a Share of Company Profits
Profits Interest: How LLC Owners Can Grant Employees a Piece of the Pie
Profits interest allows employees to share in company profits. It's a popular alternative to stock o [...]
What Is Phantom Stock? Phantom Stock Plans, Shadow Stock, Phantom Equity
Phantom Stocks: Grow Your Business and Incentivize Employees Without Giving Up Ownership
Phantom stocks (aka shadow stocks) allow employees to share in company profits, while owners can ret [...]
Can an LLC Issue Stocks? How LLCs Can Use Equity Based Compensation
Can an LLC Issue Stock?

How to take advantage of equity compensation with an LLC.