Best, Worst & The Decent Tax States For Traders (Recording)

02 Aug

Aug 02, 2016 at 4:15 pm EST


Recording

Traders have unique tax issues on state and local income tax returns for business entities and individuals. Moreover, state and local tax regimes vary significantly. The preferred business entity for a trader is an S-Corp pass-through entity, which is free of entity-level federal taxation. Some states and cities subject S-Corps to taxation.

Join state tax expert Robert A. Green, CPA as he explains the best, worst and decent tax states for traders:

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Our live event is complimentary, and we plan to offer a recording on this page.

See our related blog post series: Trader Tax Battle Of The States.

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For 25+ years prior to 2013 I used TurboTax to do my own tax returns. When I started trading options as my primary source of income, however, I attended a presentation by Bob Green at Traders Expo and realized that there were significant advantages to trading within an LLC/partnership legal entity. I also realized that this made my tax return situation more complicated, so I started with GreenNFH for the tax year 2013 since they specialize in tax returns for active traders. Since I live in California, all my interacting with the staff has been through email, and the easy-to-use secure file upload/download facility they use. I have found the entire process to be very efficient and the fees to be quite reasonable. I recommend GreenNFH to other traders whenever the topics of trading entities and tax returns come up.

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