Can I, as the owner of an S Corporation that is registered in the District of Columbia as a For-Profit Domestic Corporation, use form 1040 Schedule C?
Two tax professionals have used this form; for the past two years since business started; though checking since others said that is wrong.
- No employees
- Business started in 2012 and both years filed the following forms
- IRS form - 8879 - e-file signature authorization
- IRS form - 1040 - U.S. individual income tax return
- IRS form - 1040 Schedule A - itemized deductions
- IRS form - 1040 Schedule C - profit or loss from business (sole proprietorship)
- IRS form - 1040 Schedule C-EZ - net profit from business (this is not related to m business but my wife's business and I think we can ignore this as it does not have my company's info)
- IRS form - 1040 Schedule SE - self-employment tax
- IRS form - 1040 Schedule SE - self-employment tax ( for my wife so I think we can ignore )
- IRS form - 8829 - expenses for business use of your home ( I have home-based business )
- IRS form - 4562 - Depreciation and amortization
- DC Form - D-40 SUB - individual income tax return
- DC Form - d-2210 - underpayment of estimated income tax by individuals
- DC form - D-40E Sub DC
Thank you in advance for all your guidance.