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Old 09-21-2011, 09:01 PM
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Which entities are considered "Eligible Shareholders" of an S Corporation?

The IRS has clearly stated that the following are permitted shareholders of an S Corporation, as follows;
  1. US Citizens or Resident Individuals
  2. Estates
  3. QSST's
  4. IRC Sec 501(c) (3) Charities
  5. ESBT's
  6. ESOP's
  7. Single Member LLC with a qualifying member
  8. Qualified Pension Plans
  9. Qualified Profit Sharing Plans

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