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I need advise on making late elections for an LLC that would like to file as a Sub S corp
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Hello. I will try to assist you. Some states allow for the conversion of an LLC to S Corp by filing a Certificate of Conversion with the State. You actually convert to a C Corporation first and then make the election with the IRS to be an S Corporation. What state is your LLC registered in?

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