Can Shareholders of a C-Corp be Subject to Taxable Income if They are Beneficiaries of a Life Insurance Policy?

A C-Corporation should always be the owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy to avoid taxable income to the surviving shareholders. When contemplating the manner in which to fund a buy-sell agreement, life insurance is an extremely attractive option. A life insurance policy can provide liquidity when it is needed most upon the death …

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Converting a C Corporation to an S Corporation: Potential Tax Implications

In recent years, the number of companies converting from C corporation status to S corporation status has increased dramatically. One of the main reasons is to avoid double taxation. C corporations are taxed at the corporate level for federal income tax purposes. Additionally, the C corporation shareholders are also taxed on any capital gains realized …

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