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What is the Corporate Tax Law?
? Corporate tax is enforced by the United States not only by Federal, but also some state, and some
city levels on the money that is for
purposes as corporations.
Federal tax rates
are 15% to 35% depending on the corporate
. The jurisdiction determines the
of the State and local taxes; some Federal stipulations assist with the State and Local taxes. Many times dealing with Corporate Tax
, it can be confusing and seem complicated. Read below where Experts have answered questions regarding Corporate Tax Law and corporate tax
How can a person obtain business tax returns when needing financial quarterly reports?
If a person has filed for the
and wants the copies of the tax returns; then the person will be able to retrieve the returns. A person will be able to receive a transcript of the
years from up to 7 years prior. The transcripts are free of charge. If a business return is older than 7 years then the returns are most likely on microfiche, which means there is a fee to be paid to retrieve the returns as well as filing a
. After this is done, it may take 4-6 months to receive transcripts. The Form 4506 can be received at:
When posting estimated corporate tax payments; are they posted in an asset account, expense account, or to a previously set up Liability account?
The corporation can post the estimated
to an account that has tax liability. If there is no tax liability account that is set up then the person in the corporation will record tax payments as being prepaid corporate tax accounts. After 12 months has passed by the person in the corporation will have to record the actual tax liability in the account. The difference between the prepaid tax and the tax liability will show up either in a person’s corporate tax liability or prepaid tax liability if there is a
that has to be paid out. When the information is recorded by the corporation; it will not affect the account.
How can a person obtain a W3 Form and what are the details that need to be filled in the W3?
It is the form associated with the W-2. On the 29th of February the W-3 forms are to be turned in. By The W-2's must be mailed to the employees by January 31st. A person can obtain W-3's from the
Internal Revenue Service
. A person may often visit a office supply store to purchase a W-3 form. Most generally a person can go to the accountant that is helping with filing taxes and obtain a copy of the W-3 forms.
What is bonus depreciation?
It is an allowance that is currently 100% bonus depreciation. The bonus depreciation is a type of allowance that is offered either money or as a measure of
for corporations that want to buy things for the company.
. Look at Page 6 Part II for the Special Depreciation Allowance.
The Corporate Tax Law is charged to people that may run a business and in order to operate must file a tax return to keep the business operating. Also it is used to keep the financial stability within the organization together. Many times in order to understand the
corporate tax laws
, Expert advice is often needed.
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