Hello again randy,
Without actually seeing your form, it is difficult to know what happened here, but the S Corp itself would not pay any tax.
With an S Corporation, the IRS requires that you pay yourself a reasonable salary, the same as you would receive from any other employer. The S Corp would cut you a payroll check and deduct payroll taxes and at the end of the year the S Sorp would issue you a W-2 form to report the wages you were paid and the taxes that were withheld from your checks. The S Corp then files payroll tax reports with the IRS to remit those taxes.
Once you have paid yourself a reasonable salary, the rest of the S Corp profits can be taken in the form of dividends. Unlike the salary that is paid to you, dividends are only subject to ordinary income tax and are not subject to SS and Medicare taxes. This is the reason that the IRS requires that you first pay yourself a reasonable salary from the S Corp, so that you are not "dodging" the payment of SS and Medicare taxes by declaring all of your profits as dividends.
When the S Corp files the form 1120-S, it also issues K-1 forms to each shareholder, and those K-1 forms will report the amount of dividends you were paid.
When it comes time to file your personal return, you would report your W-2 earnings from the S Corp in the same manner as wages you would have received from any other employer. And then you would report your dividend income from the K-1 from on Schedule B of your tax return.
It appears from your post that you drew no salary from the S Corp and possibly did not issue K-1 forms. There is also an error somewhere on your form 1120-S, as the S Corp itself should not have paid taxes. All of the profits should be flowing through directly to you in the form of wages and dividends and reported on a W-2 form and the K-1 form.
If these procedures were not followed, and the fact that there is an apparent error on your form 1120-S, I would strongly recommend at this point that you seek the help of a tax professional who can help you correct these forms, as it is beyond the scope of this forum for me to help you with that in any detail. All I can do is provide you with the information on how your S Corp profits and tax return should have been handled, and apparently it was not handled in this manner.
That being the case, you will need someone to assist you with filing an amended form 1120-S and also help you to rectify the situation where you did not pay yourself an actual salary from the company.
Thank you randy