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Save Big by electing as an S Corp

S Corp pays ordinary taxes not self-employment taxes Which can result in significant tax savings

Typically, S Corp elections should be filed within 3 months of LLC formation. But if you've missed this deadline, Taxfully can assist with filing a late election, even for LLCs that were formed a while ago.

So, elect as an S Corp. with Taxfully today and save big!

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DOUZ TRUCKING LLC
DOUZ TRUCKING LLC
CEO
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Excellent experience! From obtaining our USDOT to finalizing the last compliance document, they even suggested truck options for our operations. Our books are organized, the LLC is compliant, and the S corp election is in place. We've been working with a bookkeeper and a tax accountant throughout the year to handle our taxes. Highly recommended
ZAK TECH LLC
ZAK TECH LLC
CEO
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Taxfully handled our business tax returns and bookkeeping, also took care of our S corp election, and clearly explained its benefits. We're satisfied with the quality and communication. Highly recommended!
Glory Martial Arts Center
Glory Martial Arts Center
CEO
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Taxfully has been a game-changer for my NY based gym! Our bookkeeper? Very skilled. Payroll setup? A breeze. And don't get me started on the quarterly sales tax – it's handled before I even think about it. Taxfully takes care of our tax filing every year and helps us plan for the year after. I highly recommend going to them if you're a first timer or just want better faster results.
KABBANI TAILOR LLC
KABBANI TAILOR LLC
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Taxfully totally had my back – they set up my LLC, sorted my EIN, got the S Corp paperwork filed. Now we are all set with our business and tax compliant. Thanks
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