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A qualified dividend is a distribution from a C corporation. Income passed through from and LLC or an S corporation is generally taxed at your incremental tax rates.
So use S corp or LLC pass through income only save FICA tax,
If use C corp, use excess income to do a define benefit retirement plan, is this way
skip FICA tax and double taxation ( Corp pay income tax, share holder pay dividend tax ) ?
1. S corp, must pay reasonable salary subject to FICA. Salary deductible expense. Net income also taxable on personal return.
2. LLC, all income taxable on personal return and subject to self employment tax.
3. C Corp, double taxation. Income taxable to corp. Distributions not deductible, but taxable to you @15% federal. Would not recommend no salary. Again reasonable salary should be paid.
C corp has $240,000 net income, if individually owned,
Can I pay $50,000 salary, balance $190,000 to do a define benefit retirement plan,
Is the deferred $190,000 subject to any Tax ?
Is it the same with S corp or LLC ?
Contributions to a defined benefit plan are based on earned income, years to retirement and benefit amount and benefits already funded. The contribution must be determined by an actuary.
Assuming you could make a contribution in that amount, yes it would be deductible. The benefit would be taxable to you when you entered retirement.
If setup define benefit in S corp or LLC, tax deductible and the $190,000 subject to Fica Tax ?
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