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Self-Employment Tax on S-Corp / LLC issues

Posted 1/23/2017

It appears some S-Corp Owners (or an LLC tax as S-Corp) have an easier time getting some of their income treated as passive income (not subject to Self-employment tax) than others.  If your business has substantial investment of capital as opposed to a service based business (Doctors, Attorneys and Accountants) where there is usually less capital and more service, then you could benefit from separating your capital investment earnings from your wages.  Here is a very good article that helps determine where the lines are drawn.  http://www.forbes.com/sites/procedurallytaxing/2017/01/20/plastic-surgeons-share-of-llc-income-not-subject-to-self-employment-tax/#6920b828749e