You are the lead S-Corporations tax specialist in your area. Your client, Cathyrn, has purchased an S Corporation and needs to be versed on how this type of corporation works. Identify three operating issues (e.g. accounting period, income/loss allocation, operating/liquidating distributions, stock basis calculations, fringe benefit rules) that Cathyrn should be aware of in managing this form of business

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You are the lead S-Corporations tax specialist in your area. Your client, Cathyrn, has purchased an S Corporation and needs to be versed on how this type of corporation works. Identify three operating issues (e.g. accounting period, income/loss allocation, operating/liquidating distributions, stock basis calculations, fringe benefit rules) that Cathyrn should be aware of in managing this form of business

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