Just found this on IRS site, which seems to say there will be a tax savings:PHC's are a rather esoteric beast. While I am generally aware of them, I've never actually worked with one.The way I read things, (and it was a VERY quick read - I don't have a lot of time, but found the topic interesting) the PHC tax is in addition to the regular corporate tax. So in your scheme, the corporation would pay the 15% tax on the $10k of income, leaving $8,500 (less state taxes IMHO). THEN the PHC tax gets added in as 15% of $8500, or another $1275.My bottom line:1. This would definitely be a Personal Holding Company.2. Personal Holding Companies are not a DIY undertaking. Get professional help.--Peter
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