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19 / 05 / 2015 by Greg Freyman, CPA in Business Tax

Real Estate Tax Reporting For Single Member LLCs

Question:
If a real estate partnership has a partner that is a single member LLC, and the LLC has an EIN, should the K-1 be reported on Schedule E page 1 of our Form 1040? Should we simply use the ending P&L rate to reflect the income on the schedule E page 1, or just pick up the income on the 1040 schedule E page 2?

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S Corporation Filings Impact Your Individual Return

One of the most common questions we receive from S Corporation owners is, “Why do I need to file my corporate taxes before I file my individual taxes?”

It’s important for us to first define a subchapter S Corporation (S-Corp). An S-Corp is a “pass through” entity that is generally not subject to federal or state taxes. However, New York City does have an income tax for S-Corps because the city of New York does not recognize the S-Corp status and treats the S-Corp as a regular corporation. There are several other states that also do not recognize the S-Corp status.

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