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As a member/manager of an LLC electing to be taxed as a partnership, I was under the impression I could recieve employee compensation for my services as manager. TurboTax for business, however, states very clearly that a partner of a partnership cannot be an employee of that same partnership. Anyone care to illuminate this spot of darkness in my search for the right form of business for my company.
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