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If you are a corporation or an entity treated as such for tax purposes, then you will have corporate taxes imposed on the income of your business. The taxable income for corporations varies and will depend on the state and city the corporation is in because there are taxes imposed at the federal level as well as most states and some cities.
No one enjoys paying taxes, and the good news is that not everything is table. To learn what you can and cannot be taxed on, contact a skilled Seabrook corporate tax attorney. He or she will educate you on your legal obligations under local and federal laws and help you with any past corporate tax issues.
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