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Hi, . Here are your Articles for February 6, 2019.

  • • Should You Switch Your Business to C Corporation Status?
  • • OSHA Log Posting Tips
  • • Long-Term Care Insurance Can Be a Tax-Free Perk
  • • You May Want to Separate Real Estate Assets from Your Business
  • • How to Set Up an IRS-Approved Family Loan
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Should You Switch Your Business to C Corporation Status?

Based on prior tax law, many businesses chose to operate as sole proprietorships and pass-through entities, including partnerships, LLCs and S corporations, to help lower their taxes. Now some business owners are rethinking their business structures under the current tax law. But before you switch, it's important to learn about the potential pitfalls of operating as a C corporation.

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OSHA Log Posting Tips

If you're in business and have at least 10 employees, you're probably familiar with the injury and illness reports required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Not only do these forms involve detailed reporting and record maintenance, but for three months each year, they must also be posted for employees to see. Keep reading for a reminder of your responsibilities and for some tips to help avoid common reporting errors.

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Long-Term Care Insurance Can Be a Tax-Free Perk

For tax purposes, long-term care insurance grows more attractive depending on who buys the policy. There's a big difference in the tax implications of a policy purchased by you as an individual and the same policy purchased by your family business. To find out how to maximize the tax benefits before buying, continue reading. 

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You May Want to Separate Real Estate Assets from Your Business

Many companies choose not to combine real estate and other assets into a single entity. Although there are justifiable legal reasons for doing so, this article delves into the potentially beneficial tax reasons for holding real estate in a separate entity. A sidebar looks at the advantages of separate entities for family businesses.

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How to Set Up an IRS-Approved Family Loan

It's not unusual to lend money to relatives and friends, but if the loans aren't properly structured with an "adequate" interest rate, you could run into trouble with the IRS. Although interest rates have risen over the last year, today's rates are relatively low from a historic standpoint. Here are the current interest rates and how your family can benefit.

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