I’m a doctor, and I operate my medical practice as an S corporation. I’m the sole shareholder.
My wife owns an advertising firm that she operates as an S corporation. She’s the sole shareholder. My medical practice is one of her clients, but it is only about 5 percent of her revenue.
Our 2018 taxable income is $450,000. I don’t think I get a Section 199A deduction, but can my wife? Or does my business taint hers? ... Log in to view full article.