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Moser CPA; If I have filed a QSub election but subsequently decided that being a Qsub is not the right choice from a tax planning standpoint can I still file stand alone S Corp return. First year for entity

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It is for a client who does multiple real estate projects, we have an umbrella S Corp and then do a Q Sub for each development. In this case we want to have the 2015 income for 1 of the Qsubs end up being owned by a different entity

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Hello, was ownership of the Q Sub transferred to another person or entity?

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