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Diane:

I answered your question at Can you add a feature that auto emails responses?.

I have read your discussions about S Corp shareholders getting paid a salary in ratio of 60/40 for 60 % W-2 and 40% distributions. My question is whether partners need to have guaranteed payments or can all salary be distributions? If they need to be paid guaranteed payments, would you recommend the same 60/40 ratio? Bdavis 22:06, 6 February 2009 (CST)

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