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Old 01-24-2009, 06:33 PM
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LLC Taxed as S-Corp in NJ

I have a 2 Member LLC and have completed IRS Form 2553 to have it treated as an S-Corporation. I plan on filing Federal Form 1120S.

Can I still file as a Partnership in New Jersey using Form NJ-1065? As I understand it, corporations are charged a minimum $500 tax while 2 Member LLC's are not.

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