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Re: Post on Salary vs Distribution

Hi John,

You said "He also said they will not likely be concerned if salary is equal to the wage base." What did you mean by 'wage base'?

--PVVCPA 15:25, 28 November 2007 (CST)

Intuit's ownership position in your practice

John, loved that comment, as I feel the same way. I noticed you use DMS; have you tried the source document entry program that was new last year? I'm interested (didn't want to be on the cutting edge for the first year) and would love to hear from someone with actual experience as opposed to the salesperson. Thanks & Happy Holidays BelleBelle 20:17, 23 December 2007 (CST)

Any relation ....

To Joe Huddleston of the MTC - former Commissioner, Tennessee Dept. of Revenue?

Just curious ... KatieJ 00:17, 21 February 2008 (CST)

Guaranteed payments to foreign partners

Hi John. I was looking for some comments on the issue of guaranteed payments to foreign partners that provide services outside the US to their domestic partnership and I came accross your post in 2008. I called the IRS for guidance on this and to my surprise they couldn't give me specific guidance. They told me to consult a tax atty.

I've read pub 515 & 519 but nothing specific about foreign partners. I understand that income for services rendered outside the US is not taxable to foreign individuals. But I am still not convinced it applies to partners equally.

What was you conclusion regarding guaranteed pmts to foreign partners? How does it affect sch K-1? And how is this reported (if at all) on 1040NR?

Your comments will be greatly appreciated?

I typed this on an Iphone so please excuse any grammatical errors.

Thanks, Ruben Benavides, CPA

Laredo, TX

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