Orie and Jane, husband and wife, operate a sole proprietorship. They expect their taxable income next year

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Orie and Jane, husband and wife, operate a sole proprietorship. They expect their taxable income next year to be $450,000, of which $250,000 is attributed to the sole proprietorship. Orie and Jane are contemplating incorporating their sole proprietorship. Using the married-joint tax brackets and the corporate tax rate, find out how much current tax this strategy could save Orie and Jane. How much income should be left in the corporation?

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Essentials Of Federal Taxation 2019

ISBN: 9781260190045

10th Edition

Authors: Brian Spilker, Benjamin Ayers, John Robinson, Edmund Outslay, Ronald Worsham, John Barrick, Connie Weaver

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