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Why do C corporation shareholders pay double taxes?

C corporation shareholders pay double taxes because they must pay taxes for the corporate entity they own, and they must pay personal income taxes on any profits or dividends the corporation distributes. Shareholders cannot use any C corporation losses against their income on their personal tax returns.


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