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Income Tax for S-Corp

Income tax considerations play a crucial role in the taxation of S Corporations (S-Corps). Unlike some other business structures, S-Corps are taxed on a personal basis, making the individual partners responsible for the company's taxes, akin to a Limited Liability Company (LLC).

The taxation process involves applying varying percentages, ranging from 10% to 37%, on the global profit generated by the S-Corp. It is essential to note that these percentages are determined based on the overall value of the company's profits.

Moreover, eligibility for partnership in an S-Corp is restricted to American residents only. This means that individuals who can become partners and share in the tax responsibilities must be citizens or residents of the United States.

For a comprehensive understanding of the structural nuances of an S-Corp, and for more details on how income tax impacts this business entity, we recommend exploring additional information available here.