[IMGCAP(1)]Since the Tax Reform Act of 1986 few closely held businesses have been structured as C corporations.
The initial preference was for S corporations. Why? A disallowed corporate expense, e.g., the shareholder-employee’s dinner with the spouse, would create income to the shareholder (a dividend), but would not create a second level of tax (for the corporation).
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