Tax Planning & Preparation for Sole Proprietorship
Sole proprietorships are the most basic business structure in the United States. They’re also the default business structure for individual-owned businesses. If you start a business by yourself and don’t incorporate it, the IRS automatically considers you to be a sole proprietorship.
How are sole proprietorships taxed?
Sole proprietors are taxed as individuals, just like they were before they started the business. They report their income and expenses on their personal tax returns, rather than on a separate business tax return like a corporation would.
One of the biggest differences between doing your taxes as a sole proprietor and doing them as an employee is that you have to report your business’s profits and losses on an extra IRS form called Schedule C.
- A sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business with only one owner who pays personal income tax on profits earned.
- Sole proprietorships are easy to establish and dismantle, due to a lack of government involvement, making them popular with small business owners and contractors.
- Many sole proprietorships end up getting restructured into an LLC, in sync with the company’s expansion.
Sole proprietors are responsible for paying
Federal income tax.
State income tax, if this applies in your home state.
Federal and state estimated taxes.
Sales tax, if applicable.
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1) Annual tax obligations
2) Compensation and benefit packages
4) Business termination
5) Business expansion
6) Estate planning
7) Preparing Financial Statements
Benefit of Filing Sole Proprietorship Tax Return
1) Records and audits
2) Self-employment tax
3) Business expenses
4) Health insurance deduction
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