If I have a federally incorporated corporation, I am 100% shareholder, But meanwhile, can I also be self-employed, like using my own name to do business and pay tax? If I use this incorporated company does business, I can’t be recognized as a self employer. Is it right?
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You can be both a corp shareholder and self-employed if the businesses are different and separate. You cannot be self-employed and claim income from the Corporation as self-employment.
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