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Can an S corporation be a shareholder in another S corporation?


The BIDaWIZ Team's Answer:

No, to become an S-Corporation, the organization must be a small business corporation as referenced in IRC Section 1361(a)]. One of the requirements is that partnerships, and corporations, cannot be a shareholder of the Sub-chapter S corporation.

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