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Taxes and the choice of organizational form

Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason

Taxes and the choice of organizational form

by Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporations -- Taxation -- United States -- Mathematical models.,
  • Double taxation.,
  • Corporations, American -- Taxation.,
  • Business enterprises -- Taxation -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, Roger H. Gordon.
    SeriesNBER working papers series -- working paper no. 3781, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3781.
    ContributionsGordon, Roger H. 1949-, National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25, [8] p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22438663M

    Choice of Organizational Form for the Start-Up Business. separately taxed legal person, the corporation pays $, in tax, at the current corporate tax rate of 34%. Then, if the corporation distributes the $, after-tax earnings to Smith and Jones as a dividend, in Cited by: 1. If you decide to operate your business as a corporation, the corporation can elect to deduct up to $5, of its organizational expenditures and amortize the remainder over a period of months. The $5, deducted for organizational expenses must be reduced by the amount by .

    taxes on the location of business activity and found that state and local taxes may affect the location of capital investment and employment. This literature investigates one of three types of business mobility motivated by tax policy. First, tax policies may encourage one organizational form over another, and this choice may affect the loca-. Taxes, Organizational Form, and the Deadweight Loss of the Corporate Income Tax Austan Goolsbee. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):Public Economics Program. By changing the relative gain to incorporation, corporate taxation can play an important role in a firm's choice of organizational form.

    Common Book-Tax Differences on Schedule M-1 for The purpose of the Schedule M-1 is to reconcile the entity’s accounting income (book income) with its taxable income. Because tax law is generally different from book reporting requirements, book income can differ from taxable income. How Business Structure Affects Taxes Pick Your Poison What type of business do you have/want/plan to make? Sole Proprietorship: The one man show Partnership: The dynamic duo Limited Liability Corporation: Something you can get behind Cooperative: By the people for the people C Corporation: The big money makers S Corporation: LLC plus The choice can &#;.


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Taxes and the choice of organizational form by Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason Download PDF EPUB FB2

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Entrepreneurs in Sweden 1 Karin Edmark and Roger Gordon. September X, Abstract. This paper estimates the role of both tax and non-tax determinants in the choice in Sweden.

Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Entrepreneurs in Sweden1 Karin Edmark and Roger Gordon March 20, Abstract This paper makes use of individual data for to on owners of closely-held businesses in Sweden to estimate the role of both tax and non-tax determinants in the choice to be a closely-heldCited by: 1 TAXESAND CORPORATE CHOICE OF ORGANIZATIONAL FORM Robert Carroll and David Joulfaian U.S.

Department of the Treasury OTA Paper 73 October OTA Papers and Briefs are circulated so that the preliminary findings of tax research conducted by staff members and others associated with the Office of Tax Analysis may reach a wider audience.

Tax distortions to the choice of organizational form if any, on this income should take the form of personal capital gains taxes. (Given the General Utilities Doctrine, corporate capital gains taxes should be avoidable.) Since capital gains tax liabilities are low and unaffected by the choice of organizational form, for simplicity we.

The Role of Taxes in Organizational Choice: S Conversions After the Tax Reform Act of Article (PDF Available) · January with 73 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Who Benefits from the Tax Advantages of Organizational Form Choice. Article in National tax journal 68(4) · December with 64 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Tax Distortions to the Choice of Organizational Form Roger H. Gordon, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Public Economics Program Income from corporate and noncorporate firms is treated very differently under the tax law.

To estimate the role of taxes, we estimate what size the nontax advantage to incorporating must take in each industry so that forecasted choices for organizational form, aggregated over investors in different tax brackets, are consistent with the aggregate evidence.

The Role of Taxes in Organizational Choice: S Conversions After the Tax Reform Act of Abstract One of the most fundamental decisions all businesses must make is the organizational form they will use to conduct their operations.

Organizational choice will. "Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Entrepreneurs in Sweden," Working Paper SeriesResearch Institute of Industrial Economics. Edmark, Karin & Gordon, Roger, "Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Entrepreneurs in Sweden," Working Paper SeriesResearch Institute of Industrial Economics.

Taxes and the Choice of Entity for Small Business. Taxes and the Choice of Entity for Small Business and legal research to identify a common set of personal and financial characteristics that should influence the choice of organizational form. Analysis of the financial structure of closely held firms provides information on whether the.

title = "Taxes and organizational form: An activity in partnership and corporate entities", abstract = "This instructional resource presents an integrative approach to understanding tax liability and organizational form in the areas of partnership and corporation formation within a dynamic tax coopsifas.com: Dawn Drnevich, Thomas J.

Sternburg. Dawn Drnevich and Thomas J. Sternburg () Taxes and Organizational Form: An Activity in Partnership and Corporate coopsifas.com in Accounting Education: MayVol.

32, No. 2, pp. Author: Dawn Drnevich, Thomas J. Sternburg. Apr 03,  · Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form. MacKie-Mason, Jeffrey K.; Gordon, Roger H. Abstract: One of the most basic distortions created by the double taxation of corporate income is the disincentive to incorporate.

In this paper, we investigate the extent to which the aggregate allocation of assets and taxable income in the U.S Cited by: TAXES AND BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONAL CHOICE: DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN.

Tom Petska, Statistics of Income Division, Internal Revenue Service P. BoxWashington, DC KEY WORDS: Business statistics, tax incentives, tax reforms Do taxes affect the choice of business organizational form or legal structure.

This question has been. Jan 22,  · Taxes can also affect the choice of organizational form. In calculating the average tax rate faced by a firm, depending on its choice of organizational form, we assume that the firm makes a choice for a 2-year period based on its pre-tax income in the first year and the resulting distribution for possible incomes in the second coopsifas.com by: Taxes and Business Organizational Choice: Deja Vu All Over Again.

Tom Petska - Statistics of Income, IRS This paper examines business aggregate time series data, in light of the substantial changes to the Internal Revenue Code, which have affected incentives of. 4 IFAU - Taxes and the choice of organizational form by entrepreneurs in Sweden losses incurred by a corporation are very limited however As a result, firms anticipating tax losses in the immediate future face strong tax incentives to operate in non-corporate form.

Gordon and MacKie-Mason (), MacKie-Mason and Gordon. By changing the relative gain to incorporation, corporate taxation can play an important role in a firm's choice of organizational form. General equilibrium models have shown that substantial shifting of organizational form in response to tax rates implies a large deadweight loss of coopsifas.com by:.

"Tax Distortions to the Choice of Organizational Form," Public EconomicsUniversity Library of Munich, Germany, revised 18 Jan Roger H.

Gordon & Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, "Tax Distortions to the Choice of Organizational Form," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.TAXES AND ORGANIZATIONAL FORM: AN ACTIVITY IN PARTNERSHIP AND CORPORATE ENTITIES.

ABSTRACT. This instructional resource presents an integrative approach to understanding tax liability and organizational form in the areas of partnership and corporation formation within a dynamic tax environment.The Influence of Tax and Non-Tax Factors on Banks' Choice of Organizational Form.

46 Pages Posted: 6 May See all articles by Leslie D. Hodder Leslie D. Hodder. We find that banks are more likely to convert when conversion saves dividend taxes, avoids alternative minimum taxes, and minimizes state income taxes. As well, banks are less Cited by: