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Old 07-23-2008, 08:17 PM
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Schedule C & S Corporation

I own an S Corp. I enter into contracts with other companies as an independent sales rep. In this capacity I am a direct sales person. Am I able to file a Schedule C for the costs associated with the performance of my duties? I deposit my income in the corporation and allow the corp to file my 941. I indicate that I am a statutory employee on the W-2 I issue from the corp. I consider myself a statutory non-employee. Is this correct?



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