CT Business Lawyer Shines a Light on S Corporations
As a CT Business Lawyer I am often asked, “what is an s-corporation”? An s-corporation is simply a corporation that is elected with the IRS to be treated as a disregarded entity. In practice this means, the earnings of the company are passed on as income to the shareholders, and there is no double-taxation of the earnings of the company.
Are you looking to form an S Corporation or want to learn more? Contact experienced CT Business Lawyer Eric Foster to guide you in forming an S Corp.