LLCs and LLPs

Determining the LLC’s Required Year

An LLC taxed as a C corporation can choose any year end as the tax year end; if an LLC is classified as a partnership for federal income tax purposes, however, its tax year is governed by Sec. 706(b). 

Partners’ Limited Liability and Self-Employment Tax

The decision in Renkemeyer, Campbell & Weaver, LLP, signals that special allocations not supported by a written partnership agreement and without substantial economic effect will not withstand an IRS challenge and that classification of an interest in a partnership as a limited partner interest should not be predicated simply on a partner’s enjoyment of limited liability.

Taxation of LLC Members as General Partners

In recent decisions, courts have held that interests in an LLC that elects to be treated as a partnership for federal income tax purposes should not be treated as limited partnership interests per se.

Newsletter Articles

SPONSORED REPORT

How the Election May Affect Taxation of Business Income

This report summarizes recent proposals to reform the U.S. business income tax system and considers the path to enactment of any such legislation.

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

CPAs Contend With Tax ID Theft

Tax-related identity theft fraud remains a widespread problem that is often difficult for victims and their tax preparers to correct.