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S-CORP Testifies

S corporation tax policy took center stage on the Hill earlier this month.

Carrying the S-CORP flag before the House Ways and Means Select Revenue Subcommittee was Tom Nichols, the Chairman of S-CORP’s Board of Advisors. The hearing focused on pass through business taxation issues and, in particular, the merits and shortcomings of the “Pass Through Draft” that Chairman Camp released earlier this year.

From the beginning, Tom’s testimony hit the high notes of the advocacy we’ve been conducting for the past two years:

“Tax Reform needs to be

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2019-02-01T20:08:24+00:00May 29, 2013|

More Support for S Corp Modernization!

More groups are coming out in support for the provisions contained in H.R. 892, the S Corporation Modernization Act of 2013, sponsored by S-Corp champions Representatives Reichert (R-WA) and Kind (D-WI).

As you recall, S Corporation Modernization made up a significant part of Option One of the Ways & Means Pass-Through Discussion Draft. Now, a group of 19 business groups, including the National Federation of Independent Business, the National Restaurant Association, the National Roofing Contractors, the Printing Industries of America, and the S Corporation Association sent a letter to Congress expressing their strong support for the modernization of outdated S

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2019-02-01T20:08:24+00:00April 17, 2013|

S Corporation Modernization Bill Reintroduced in House

Good news! Last week, S-Corp champions and Ways & Means Committee members Dave Reichert (R-WA) and Ron Kind (D-WI) introduced the latest version of the S Corporation Modernization Act of 2013. Designated H.R. 892, the bill seeks to improve the rules governing S corporations by making permanent the five years BIG holding period, allowing non-resident aliens to invest in S corporations through an EST, and reducing the sting of the “sting tax”, among other provisions.

Specifically, H.R.B 892 would make needed changes to keep S corporations competitive and ensuring continued success of America’s predominant private business model by:

2019-02-01T20:08:24+00:00March 4, 2013|