As your business grows, it’s likely that many of us will need to move on from being an LLC to being an S-Corp. (Catch up on what these two terms mean in yesterday’s article here.)
The primary difference between these two business classifications is that an LLC owner doesn’t pay themselves a salary, and an S-Corp owner does. That single distinction can make a significant difference in the world of taxes. And it only takes one form.
We’re going to teach you how that one form could help you save $3000 (or more!) a year in taxes.
It will feel like wizardry – but it’s totally legit.
Bear with us—we’ll show you.