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Distribution account why would you post loans that the owner

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Customer: distribution account why would you post loans that the owner used his home equity for to the distribution account when the company paid the equity line off
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Customer: i am assisting someone with what what the accountant said to put in a distribution account but there are many enties like a loan payoff, rent ect why would they be put there in that account
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Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lane replied 11 months ago.

Hi,

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I can help here.

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Can you give me a little background? (entity type, S-Corp, LLC, C-Corp)

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And a little more about what the transaction is here? (For example, was the loan FROM an owner To the business?)

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Thanks

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I'll be here

Expert:  Lane replied 11 months ago.

Essentially, if the entity, the company, was the borrower, the account entry would be a debit to Loan Payable, and a credit to Cash.

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