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Article Date:
July 2006


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386

 

 

Will the S Corporation That Owns Rental Property Terminate with Too Much Passive Income?


Recently, I was at a meeting of landlords where a guest lawyer mentioned that the S corporation was a bad entity for real estate because you could have your S corporation terminated with too much passive income. I had not heard this before. Can you shed some light on this for me? (C.S.O., Redwood City, CA)

 

Yes! First, this is not a problem for most S corporations. Ask yourself this question: Did I start my S corporation ... Log in to view full article.

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