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CRS Report Examines Proposal to Require Certain Partnerships to Pay Self-Employment Taxes

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The Congressional Research Service released an April 26 report examining provisions contained in recently introduced legislation (S. 2343) that would require tax payers who are shareholders of a subchapter S corporation engaged as a partner in a profession service business to include income or loss attributable to such business in their net earnings from self-employment for employment tax purposes.  These provisions would only apply to taxpayers with adjusted gross income in excess of a specified amount, varying by filing status.

See Mark P. Knightly, "Business Organizational Choices: Taxation and Responses to Legislative Changes" CRS R40748 (Apr. 26, 2012).

Hat Tip: Tax Analysts, 2012 TNT 83-61 (Apr. 26, 2012).

Posted by Theresa Androff, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal

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