Because of being “disregarded,” the SMLLC does not file a separate tax return. On the contrary, its income and loss are notified on the tax return filed by the single-member. For federal tax purposes, the SMLLC does not endure. All its wealth and liabilities are treated as owned by the getting corporation.
Although a disregarded entity’s tax status is transparent for federal tax purposes, it is not clear for state law purposes. To give an example, an owner of an SMLLC is not personally liable for the debts and obligations of the entity. However, onwards the entity is disregarded, the owner is usually used as the employer of not attention entity employees for employment tax purposes.