Pass-Through Entity Taxation
Pass-through entity taxation refers to a type of taxation where the income and losses of a business are passed on to its owners or shareholders and reported on their individual income tax returns rather than through a separate corporate income tax return. This type of taxation is common among partnerships, LLCs, and S corporations. Managing and optimizing pass-through entity taxation requires specialized knowledge and skills in areas such as tax planning, entity structure, and financial analysis.
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