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What is an S Corporation?

An S corporation is a corporation with shareholders, officers and a board of directors who have joined together to transact business.

The main difference between an S corporation and an ordinary corporation is that the S corporation is not a taxpaying entity. The income from the S corporation flows through to the individual owners (shareholders), and the individual owners are responsible for reporting on their individual income tax returns the income made by the S corporation.

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