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Selling S corporation: Original post by Leslie McClintock of Demand Media The sale of a subchapter S corporation is a taxable event. Generally, your profits from the sale of an S corporation are subject to capital gains tax rules. This means that the IRS will get a piece of any profits you make on the sale of an S-corporation.

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