The accounting and tax aspects of a C corporation and a partnership are considerably different. The C corporation structure has two taxes. First, there’s an income tax at the corporate level on the net corporate income or profits. Then, if the corporate profits are subsequently distributed to the stockholders, there’s a second tax because the distribution will be taxed to the stockholder as a dividend. Also, unlike in a partnership, C corporation stockholders who work for the ...

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