Hello and thank you for using Just Answer,The S corp passes all through to the shareholders so you would need to file a 1040 form and report the information that was generated from the K1 you should have received.
The IRS has a very good page that shows the possible forms needed by the S corp and the shareholder(s).
I can give you a link to that page if you would like.
Generally, California law follows federal law in computing the S corporation's income. However, the major difference is that for California purposes, an S corporation's income is taxable at the corporate level and the pass-through of its income to the shareholders is also taxable on their returns.
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Please send the link. I am 100 percent stock holder.
I would like the link and there is no shareholders, I am 100% owner/shareholder.Rick