Why would you prefer a Partnership over an S Corp?

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Did you know that a partnership gives you a special allocation as a tax planning tool?

For example, Partner 1 had a great year. Partner 1 needs losses to offset his/her income. The partnership decides to do a disproportionately large percentage of the losses to Partner 1 this year.

Next year, Partner 2 had a great year. Partner 2 needs losses to offset his/her gain. Partner 2 can receive a disproportionately large percentage of losses to offset the income.

After year 2, all partnership tax items are allocated in proportion to the partners' stated ownership percentages. The particular allocation phase of the partnership is over, and life goes on.

Both partners have saved tens and thousands of dollars in taxes.

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Miguel A. Palma, CPA, PFS, CGMA

Founder of Palma Financial Services, Inc.
miguel@palmafinancial.com

Palma Financial Services, Inc. ("PFS")has helped small business owners minimize income taxes and build wealth since 1998.

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