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1 hours ago
Tax-Free Fringes. When the fringe benefits listed are provided by the partnership or LLC to a partner or member in exchange for services, the benefits qualify for tax-favored treatment. This means the company can deduct the costs of providing these benefits and they are tax free to the recipient for federal income tax purposes (. Other Benefits.
33 hours ago
If the recipient of a taxable fringe benefit is your employee, the benefit is generally subject to employment taxes and must be reported on Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement. However, you can use special rules to withhold, deposit, and report the employment taxes. These rules are discussed in section 4.
29 hours ago
Fringe benefits are generally included in an employee's gross income (there are some exceptions). The benefits are subject to income tax withholding and employment taxes. Fringe benefits include cars and flights on aircraft that the employer provides, free or discounted commercial flights, vacations ...
3 hours ago
For anyone working in a partnership, making the leap from employee to partner is often a great career accomplishment. But from a tax standpoint, the achievement brings with it a number of new—and significant—tax considerations, particularly in the compensation and benefits arena. Both employers and employees should be aware of, and appropriately address, such considerations to avoid ...
36 hours ago
Tax Benefits of a Partnership. A partnership is considered a pass-through tax entity. This means that the partnership does not pay income tax, but instead the profits pass-through the company and to the owners or partners. For tax purposes, a partnership is ultimately viewed as an extension of its owners.
6 hours ago
A common question among partnerships with service partners (i.e., partners working for the partnership in an employee-type capacity) is whether those service partners may be treated as employees of the partnership, receiving wages reported on Form W-2 and participating in tax-favored benefits along with other non-partner employees of the partnership.
26 hours ago
The costs of benefits you give to employees—such as gifts and health plans—are deductible as expenses on your business tax return. That sounds easy, but it's not because there are many details involved in taking these deductions. Here's what you need to know about deducting employee benefits on your business tax return.
35 hours ago
Under this reading, some partnerships have permitted partners to participate in certain tax-favored employee benefit plans. In order to address this issue, the IRS recently proposed regulations to clarify that such partners are subject to the same self-employment tax rules as partners in a partnership that does not own a disregarded entity.
33 hours ago
Cafeteria plan rules allow non-Code §105(b) tax-dependent health coverage to be offered as a taxable benefit. When such coverage is offered, the employee must be treated as receiving cash compensation equal to the full FMV of such benefits. An employee cannot pay for domestic partner (or child) coverage on a pre-tax basis under a cafeteria plan.
21 hours ago
Partnerships often grant equity interests to valued employees but often mistakenly continue to treat them as employees for employment tax and other purposes. This article examines the risks a partnership and the partner run in continuing this treatment and suggests a few solutions.