Let’s look at how to file your taxes as an LLC owner in 2023. Now in order to do this, we have to look at single-member LLCs, multi-member LLCs and LLCs taxed as an S Corporation. Because although they’re all limited liability companies, they file different tax returns.

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And I want to make sure you file your taxes correctly in 2023.

So today, I’ll be going over:
What tax returns do you need to file as an LLC Owner
What you need to record and need to put on your tax return
How to pay your current and future taxes
And tips and FAQs so you stay out of trouble with the IRS

So, if all that sounds good to you make sure you like this video!

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Now, every LLC is to record information about you and your business on your tax return.

You’re going to need to enter stuff like:
– Your Business name
– Your Business address
– Your Business EIN number
– Your Principal Business or Professional (like what you sell)
– Your Principal Business Code or Activity Code
– Your Accounting Method
– If you “Materially Participated” in operations of the Business
– If you just Started or Acquired the Business
– If you Filed 1099 Forms

And other pertinent information about your business.

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is for informational purposes only and is not meant to take the place of professional legal, accounting, or financial advice. If you have any legal questions about this video or the subjects discussed, or any other legal matter, you should consult with an attorney or tax professional in your jurisdiction (i.e. where you live).