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January 2006

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Are Corporate Advances to the Owner Loans or Dividends?

Nariman Teymourian got a real shock when, at the end of his IRS audit, the IRS claimed that he owed over $600,000 in taxes and penalties, primarily because he had received advances from the corporation in which he had majority control. Teymourian won his case in court and paid zero additional taxes.1 That’s the good news. The bad news is that he had to go to court.


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