An entrepreneur on the move
A leader is the one who really takes control of a company since he influences his colleagues, recognizes their abilities, inspires and drives them, earns respect with his knowledge and use of it, to achieve proposals and generate results, positioning the company. company at the top of the business.
workshop An entrepreneur on the move
Businesses look for the best available talent to be part of their work team, however, the intellectual capabilities of a work team can only be exploited correctly if the person at the head of the team has business leadership.
Hemos desarrollado un SEMINARIO COMPLETO que involucra diferentes módulos que son fundamentales para el crecimiento de un negocio y transformará la perspectiva de las personas que quieren crear un nuevo negocio y quienes quieren llevar su negocio a un nivel superior, transformándose en líderes empresariales, con objetivos fijados en superarse a sí mismos cada día y guiar a otros a convertirse en líderes, sin miedo a la competencia y dejando una huella positiva a su paso.
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The 5 most frequent topics when opening a business in the United States
S corporations benefit from pass-through taxes, which means that the company's profits are transferred to the individual tax returns of the S corporation owners. S Corp owners make money from their salary and distributions reasonable
In an S corporation, business owners are considered employees of the company and must receive a reasonable salary . Since technically all S corps have employees, the S corp must manage payroll.
There is no double reporting at the federal level. At the state level the exception applies in most states. Likewise, in the case of partners who work for the corporation as self-employed, the taxes collected by the IRS for Medicare may be more beneficial than if they have the structure of an LLC.
The difference between running a business as a regular LLC versus an S corporation is that S corporation status allows business owners to pay taxes as employees of the company (rather than paying self-employment taxes like a Normal LLC, sole proprietorship or partnership).
In Oregon with an S corporation, owners pay personal income tax and self-employment tax on a predetermined salary. They can then withdraw the remaining profits from the business as a “distribution,” which is not subject to self-employment tax.
With an LLC, all business profits pass through to the owners' personal tax returns, and then the owners must pay personal income tax and self-employment tax on the entire amount.
Depending on the nature of your business, you may need to register for one or more forms of tax
Taxes are collected by the federal, state, county and city governments. Taxes help the government pay for the services it provides, including social security, health insurance, Medicare, education, and transportation. You must pay taxes if you earn money, spend money, or own property in the United States.
It is your responsibility to know when and how to pay taxes. You must file taxes if you want a refund or tax credit
Payroll taxes include federal income tax withholding, state income tax withholding, Social Security and Medicare taxes, and federal and state unemployment taxes.
Normally, an employer must withhold part of the Social Security and Medicare taxes from the employee's wages and pay the employer's share of these taxes, among other taxes directly related to the business.
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