AARP J.K. Lasser's Small Business Taxes 2010. Your Complete by Barbara Weltman

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Most states also permit limited liability partnerships (LLPs)—LLCs for accountants, attorneys, doctors, and other professionals—which are easily formed by existing partnerships filing an LLP election with the state. ” The debts and liabilities of each LLC remain separate from those of the other LLCs, something that is ideal for those owning several pieces of real estate—each can be owned by a separate LLC under the master LLC. At present, state law is evolving to determine the treatment of LLCs formed in one state but doing business in another.

To illustrate, suppose you used to work for Corporation X. You have retired, but X gives you a consulting contract under which you provide occasional services to X. In your retirement, you decide to provide consulting services not only to X, but to other customers as well. You are now a consultant. You are an independent contractor to each of the companies for which you provide services. More precisely, an independent contractor is an individual who provides services to others outside an employment context.

Individuals engaged in farming activities report business income and deductions on Schedule F, the net amount of which is then reported in the income section on page one of your Form 1040. Individuals who are considered employees cannot use Schedule C to report their income and claim deductions. See page 22 for the tax treatment of income and deductions by employees. 2 Schedule C-EZ, Net Profit From Business Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies If you go into business with others, then you cannot be a sole proprietor (with the exception of a husband-wife joint venture, explained earlier).

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