A Personal Service Corporation (PSC) is a business entity in which the owners themselves provide professional services for the corporation like an employee. A personal service corporation is a unique corporation that receives tax benefits if it can meet the IRS ownership requirements.
Like other corporations, a personal service corporation must file articles of incorporation at its respective state agency responsible for regulating businesses and must also get a tax ID.
This specific type of corporation includes fringe benefits only available to corporations, limited liability, as well as lower corporate tax rates for employee-owners. Moreover, any income retained by the personal service cooperation is subject to the corporate tax rate, whereas any salaries paid to employees are considered tax-deductible business expenses.
Because a personal service corporation is a corporation, taxes flow through the business as well as the shareholders (employee-owners). Therefore, all personal service corporations are required to obtain what is called an Employer Identification Number (EIN), or a Federal Tax ID number.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues EINs to distinguish various business entities, including sole proprietors, corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships.
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