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Hello, and welcome to TaxAlmanac! My name is Tim Doyle and I serve here in the role of TaxAlmanac Moderator. If you haven't done so already, you might want to review our Quick Start Guide to help you get oriented.

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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 22:10, 6 February 2009 (CST)

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Hi, I see you've been a member of TaxAlmanac since November 2005 - welcome back!

A lot of things have changed since TA was first started - so here are some good links for refamiliarizing yourself with TaxAlmanac:
Code of Conduct, Policies, FAQ, and Hints and Tips on How to Search on TaxAlmanac.

Also, we now have individual user pages - called profiles - that can be accessed by the other users by clicking any username in a discussion. To get to yours, click your own name in a discussion, or up at the top center of your screen (or here: Profile). This is where other users will go to find out something about your background and experience as a tax professional. Your level of experience may be an important consideration when users are developing an appropriate answer for your questions, or when assessing the reliability of answers you provide to others.

The profiles/user pages replace the original method of introducing yourself, i.e., starting a discussion on the Intro forum. I noticed that you had posted an intro in the old way, way back in November 2005, so I took the liberty of copying it over onto your user page. You might want to take a look and see if there are changes you'd like to make, though (you go to the page, click the "edit" tab, make additions or replace text as you like, and then click "save page").


Trillium 15:59, 4 August 2009 (CDT)

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