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Article Date:
August 2006


Word Count:
997

 

 

IRS Puts Screws to S Corporation Health Insurance


The S corporation owner always gets the short stick when it comes to health insurance. That stick just got a lot shorter and might even disappear for owners who don’t read this article and take action.

 

First, let’s review why the S corporation is a lousy place for the owner’s health deductions. After this review, we’ll explain how the S corporation got even worse with this latest news from the IRS. Then we’ll list the steps you need to take to fix the problem now.

 

The Basic Rule

 

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