Publications Related to Form 1120C
Publication 15 (Circular E), Employer's Tax Guide
This publication explains your tax responsibilities as an employer.
Publication 51 (Circular A), Agricultural Employer's Tax Guide
Employers of agricultural workers use the information in this publication to comply with the laws for agricultural labor relating to social security and Medicare taxes, Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax, and withheld federal income tax (employment taxes).
Publication 225, Farmer's Tax Guide
This publication explains how the federal tax laws apply to farming. Use this publication as a guide to figure your taxes and complete your farm tax return.
Publication 463, Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses
This publication explains what expenses are deductible, how to report them on your return, what records you need to prove your expenses, and how to treat any expense reimbursements you may receive.
Publication 526, Charitable Contributions
This publication explains how to claim a deduction for charitable contributions. It discusses organizations qualified to receive them, the types of contributions you can deduct, how much you can deduct, what records to keep, and how to report them.
Publication 535, Business Expenses
This publication discusses common business expenses and explains what is and is not deductible. The chapters cover general rules for deducting business expenses and specific expenses.
Publication 538, Accounting Periods and Methods
This publication explains some of the rules for accounting periods and accounting methods. It is not intended as a guide to general business and tax accounting rules.
Publication 542, Corporations
This publication discusses the general tax laws that apply to ordinary domestic corporations.
Publication 925, Passive Activity and At-Risk Rules
This publication discusses the passive activity and at-risk rules that may limit the amount of deductible losses from a trade, business, rental, or other income-producing activity.
Publication 947, Practice Before the IRS and Power of Attorney
This publication discusses who can represent a taxpayer before the IRS and what forms or documents are used to authorize a representative. Usually, attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents, and enrolled actuaries can represent taxpayers before IRS.