Under the Job Creation Act of 2010, you can exclude 100% of your capital gain (including no Alternative Minimum tax consequences) on the sale of C Corporation stock (not S Corporations or LLCs), under the following conditions:
So, you incorporate in 2011 and sell your company 5+ years later for a $1M gain, you pay NO income or capital gain taxes – you avoid $150K in taxes (assuming capital gain tax is still 15% when you sell). Same scenario, but you incorporate in 2012, you pay $150K in taxes.
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