Tim Ewing

Tax Considerations When Choosing Your Business Entity

A Talk by Tim Ewing (Quest Business Solutions, Ewing CPA LLC)

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About this Talk

In this session, we’ll explore the different entity types that you might consider for your start-up (Sole Prop, single-member LLC, Multi-member LLC, Partnership, C-corp, or S-corp) and the tax return implications of each.

We’ll also review when it might be appropriate to change from your original entity type to take advantage of tax savings as your business grows and matures. Also, if/when you change from one entity type to another, there are important tax changes to be aware of (filing deadlines, tax form changes, impact on deductible expenses such as health insurance premiums and tax-deferred retirement plans).

We’ll also touch on some creative ways to gain write-offs and save taxes by employing your spouse and children.

About The Speakers

Tim Ewing

Tim Ewing

Quest Business Solutions, Ewing CPA LLC

Tim began full-time RV life in 2014. He works from the road helping business owners grow revenue and improve profits. Tim is a CPA, provides tax return preparation for individuals and businesses—helping self-employed RVers unload their bookkeeping burdens and avoid IRS headaches.