Accumulated adjustments account

Used when an S corporation has been a C corporation. The accumulated adjustments account keeps track of the Standard corporation earnings that have not been distributed. Usually the distributions of S corporations are not taxable because the shareholder pays taxes on the pass through income every year. However, if distributions exceed the earnings of the Standard Corporation and extend to amounts from the C Corporation's retained revenue, then that part of the distribution is just like a dividend from a corporation and is taxable


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