Principle investor and business development contact for major clients and sponsorships. Monitors production, advertising value, content and viability of each issue.
Coordinates daily activities between administrative, editorial, art direction, publisher, sales and distribution Managing EditorOrganizes projects for writers, art directors, designers, verifys sources for information
Organizing and administers, motivates advertising sales personnel and customer service
Design and layout of publication and advertising
Lead Features Writer:
Regular segment writer, researcher and interviewer
Advertising sales and fulfillment
Customer Service Representatives:
Provides customer interaction, helps promote service options,
full and part time
Receptionist and general clerk: Administration
Accounting and Tax specialist:
Accounting and handles circulation Follows up with telemarketing and web contract, verifies customer base, and coordinates with sales Customer Service
Administers and updates Website and Web based promotion, coordinates with marketing and adminstration
See Biographies below....
S Corporate Structure (Projection)
See information on S Corporations below:
Following are a projected list of employee and contractor functions relating to our business plan
S corporations are corporations that elect to pass corporate income, losses, deductions and credit through to their shareholders for federal tax purposes. Shareholders of S corporations report the flow-through of income and losses on their personal tax returns and are assessed tax at their individual income tax rates. This allows S corporations to avoid double taxation on the corporate income. S corporations are responsible for tax on certain built-in gains and passive income.
To qualify for S corporation status, the corporation must meet the following requirements:
Be a domestic corporation
Have only allowable shareholders
including individuals, certain trust, and estates and
may not include partnerships, corporations or non-resident alien shareholders
Have no more than 100 shareholders
Have one class of stock
Not be an ineligible corporation i.e. certain financial institutions, insurance companies, and domestic international sales corporations.
In order to become an S corporation, the corporation must submit Form 2553 Election by a Small Business Corporation (PDF) signed by all the shareholders.
Chart 1 - S Corporation
If you are an S corporation then you may be liable for...Use Form...Separate Instructions... Income Tax
1120S Sch. K-1 (PDF)
Instructions for Form 1120S (PDF)
Instructions for Form 1120S Sch. K-1 (PDF)
Estimated tax1120-W (PDF) (corporation only) and 8109Instructions for Form 1120-W (PDF)
Social security and Medicare taxes and income tax withholding
Federal unemployment (FUTA) tax
Depositing employment taxes
941 (PDF) ( 943 (PDF) for farm employees)
Instructions for Form 941 Employers QUARTERLY Federal Tax Return (PDF)
Instructions for Form 943 Employers Annual Federal Tax Return for Agricultural Employees (PDF)
Instructions for Form 940 Employers Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return (PDF)
Excise TaxesRefer to the Excise Tax web page
Chart 2 - S Corporation Shareholders
If you are an S corporation
shareholder then you may be liable for...
Use Form...Separate Instructions... Income Tax1040 and Schedule E (PDF)Instructions for Schedule E (Form 1040)Supplemental Income and Loss (PDF) Estimated tax1040-ES (PDF)
S Corporation Compensation and Medical Insurance Issues
S Corporation Employees, Shareholders and Corporate Officers
S Corporation Stock and Debt Basis
Special Rules for Health Insurance Costs of 2-Percent Shareholder-Employees (IRB 2008-2 Notice 2008-1)
Other Business Structures
Where to File Tax Returns - Addresses Listed by Return Type
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