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H and r free Publication 3402 - Main Content Table of Contents What is a Limited Liability Company? Classification of an LLC LLCs Classified as Partnerships LLCs Classified as Disregarded Entities LLCs Classified as Corporations Subsequent Elections How To Get More InformationInternal Revenue Service Small Business Administration Other Federal Agencies What is a Limited Liability Company? For purposes of this publication, a limited liability company (LLC) is a business entity organized in the United States under state law. H and r free Unlike a partnership, all of the members of an LLC have limited personal liability for its debts. H and r free An LLC may be classified for federal income tax purposes as a partnership, corporation, or an entity disregarded as separate from its owner by applying the rules in Regulations section 301. H and r free 7701-3. H and r free The information in this publication applies to LLCs in general, and different rules may apply to special situations, including banks, insurance companies, or nonprofit organizations that are LLCs or that own LLCs. H and r free Check your state's requirements and the federal tax regulations for further information. H and r free Classification of an LLC Default classification rules. H and r free   An LLC with at least two members is classified as a partnership for federal income tax purposes. H and r free An LLC with only one member is treated as an entity disregarded as separate from its owner for income tax purposes (but as a separate entity for purposes of employment tax and certain excise taxes). H and r free Also, an LLC's federal tax classification can subsequently change under certain default rules discussed later. H and r free Elected classification. H and r free   If an LLC does not choose to be classified under the above default classifications, it can elect to be classified as an association taxable as a corporation or as an S corporation. H and r free After an LLC has determined its federal tax classification, it can later elect to change that classification. H and r free For details, see Subsequent Elections, later. H and r free LLCs Classified as Partnerships If an LLC has at least two members and is classified as a partnership, it generally must file Form 1065, U. H and r free S. H and r free Return of Partnership Income. H and r free Generally, an LLC classified as a partnership is subject to the same filing and reporting requirements as partnerships. H and r free For certain purposes, members of an LLC are treated as limited partners in a limited partnership. H and r free For example, LLC members are treated as limited partners for purposes of material participation under the passive activity limitation rules (see Temporary Regulation section 1. H and r free 469-5T(e)). H and r free See the Instructions for Form 1065 for reporting rules that apply specifically to LLCs. H and r free Member manager. H and r free   Only a member manager of an LLC can sign the partnership tax return. H and r free And only a member manager can represent the LLC as the tax matters partner under the consolidated audit proceedings in sections 6221 through 6234. H and r free A member manager is any owner of an interest in the LLC who, alone or together with others, has the continuing authority to make the management decisions necessary to conduct the business for which the LLC was formed. H and r free If there are no elected or designated member managers, each owner is treated as a member manager. H and r free Change in default classification. H and r free   If the number of members in an LLC classified as a partnership is reduced to only one member, it becomes an entity disregarded as separate from its owner under Regulations section 301. H and r free 7701-3(f)(2). H and r free However, if the LLC has made an election to be classified as a corporation (discussed later) and that elective classification is in effect at the time of the change in membership, the default classification as a disregarded entity will not apply. H and r free   Other tax consequences of a change in membership, such as recognition of gain or loss, are determined by the transactions through which an interest in the LLC is acquired or disposed of. H and r free If a partnership that becomes a disregarded entity as a result of a decrease in the number of members makes an election to be classified as a corporation, the applicable deemed transactions discussed under Subsequent Elections, later, apply. H and r free Example 1. H and r free Ethel and Francis are members of an LLC classified as a partnership for federal tax purposes. H and r free Each holds an equal membership interest. H and r free The LLC does not hold any unrealized receivables or substantially appreciated inventory. H and r free Ethel sells her entire interest in the LLC to Francis for $10,000. H and r free After the sale, the business is continued by the LLC, which is owned solely by Francis. H and r free No entity classification election is made after the sale to treat the LLC as a corporation for federal tax purposes. H and r free The partnership terminates when Francis buys Ethel's entire interest. H and r free Ethel must treat the transaction as the sale of a partnership interest and must report gain or loss, if any, resulting from the sale of her partnership interest. H and r free For purposes of determining the tax treatment of Francis, the partnership is deemed to make a liquidating distribution of all of its assets to Ethel and Francis, and after this distribution, Francis is treated as acquiring the assets deemed to have been distributed to Ethel in liquidation of Ethel's partnership interest. H and r free Francis's basis in the assets attributable to Ethel's one-half interest in the partnership is $10,000, the purchase price for Ethel's partnership interest. H and r free Upon the termination of the partnership, Francis is considered to receive a distribution of those assets attributable to Francis's former interest in the partnership. H and r free Francis must recognize gain or loss, if any, on the deemed distribution of the assets to the extent required by Internal Revenue Code section 731(a). H and r free See Partnership Distributions in Publication 541. H and r free Example 2. H and r free George and Henrietta are members of an LLC classified as a partnership for federal tax purposes. H and r free Each holds an equal membership interest. H and r free The LLC does not hold any unrealized receivables or substantially appreciated inventory. H and r free George and Henrietta each sell their entire interests in the LLC to Ian, an unrelated person, in exchange for $10,000. H and r free After the sale, the business is continued by the LLC, which is owned solely by Ian. H and r free No entity classification election is made after the sale to treat the LLC as a corporation for federal tax purposes. H and r free The partnership terminates when Ian purchases the entire interests of George and Henrietta in the LLC. H and r free George and Henrietta must report gain or loss, if any, resulting from the sale of their partnership interests. H and r free For purposes of classifying the acquisition by Ian, the partnership is deemed to make a liquidating distribution of its assets to George and Henrietta. H and r free Immediately following this distribution, Ian is deemed to acquire, by purchase, all of the former partnership's assets. H and r free   For more details on the preceding two examples, see Revenue Ruling 99-6, 1999-6 I. H and r free R. H and r free B. H and r free 6. H and r free You can find Revenue Ruling 99-6 at www. H and r free irs. H and r free gov/pub/irs-irbs/irb99-06. H and r free pdf. H and r free LLCs Classified as Disregarded Entities If an LLC has only one member and is classified as an entity disregarded as separate from its owner, its income, deductions, gains, losses, and credits are reported on the owner's income tax return. H and r free For example, if the owner of the LLC is an individual, the LLC's income and expenses would be reported on the following schedules filed with the owner's Form 1040: Schedule C, Profit or Loss from Business (Sole Proprietorship); Schedule C-EZ, Net Profit From Business (Sole Proprietorship); Schedule E, Supplemental Income and Loss; or Schedule F, Profit or Loss From Farming. H and r free Employment tax and certain excise taxes. H and r free   A single-member LLC that is classified as a disregarded entity for income tax purposes is treated as a separate entity for purposes of employment tax and certain excise taxes. H and r free For wages paid after January 1, 2009, the single-member LLC is required to use its name and employer identification number (EIN) for reporting and payment of employment taxes. H and r free A single-member LLC is also required to use its name and EIN to register for excise tax activities on Form 637; pay and report excise taxes reported on Forms 720, 730, 2290, and 11-C; and claim any refunds, credits, and payments on Form 8849. H and r free See the employment and excise tax returns for more information. H and r free Self-employment tax rule for disregarded entity LLCs. H and r free   An individual owner of a single-member LLC classified as a disregarded entity is not an employee of the LLC. H and r free Instead, the owner is subject to tax on the net earnings from self-employment of the LLC which is treated in the same manner as a sole-proprietorship. H and r free Example 3. H and r free LLC is a disregarded entity owned by Irene. H and r free LLC has three employees (Kent, Patricia, and Tex) and pays wages. H and r free LLC is treated as an entity separate from its owner for purposes of employment taxes. H and r free For the wages paid to Kent, Patricia, and Tex, LLC is liable for income tax withholding, Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) taxes, and Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) taxes. H and r free In addition, LLC must file under its name and EIN the applicable employment tax returns; make timely employment tax deposits; and file with the Social Security Administration and furnish to LLC's employees (Kent, Patricia, and Tex) Forms W-2, Wage and Tax Statement. H and r free Irene is self-employed for purposes of the self-employment tax. H and r free Thus, Irene is subject to self-employment tax on her net earnings from self-employment with respect to LLC's activities. H and r free Irene is not an employee of LLC for purposes of employment taxes. H and r free Because LLC is treated as a sole proprietorship of Irene for income tax purposes, Irene must report the income and expenses from LLC on her Schedule C. H and r free Irene will figure the tax due on her net earnings from self-employment on Schedule SE. H and r free Irene can also deduct one-half of her self-employment tax on line 27 of her Form 1040. H and r free Taxpayer identification number. H and r free   For all income tax purposes, a single-member LLC classified as a disregarded entity must use the owner's social security number (SSN) or EIN. H and r free This includes all information returns and reporting related to income tax. H and r free For example, if a disregarded entity LLC that is owned by an individual is required to provide a Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, the LLC must provide the owner's SSN or EIN, not the LLC's EIN. H and r free   However, most new single-member LLCs classified as a disregarded entity will need to obtain an EIN for the LLC. H and r free An LLC will need an EIN if it has any employees or if it will be required to file any of the excise tax forms listed above (see Employment tax and certain excise taxes earlier). H and r free See Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number, for information on applying for an EIN. H and r free Change in default classification. H and r free   If a single-member LLC classified as a disregarded entity for income tax purposes acquires an additional member, it becomes a partnership under Regulations section 301. H and r free 7701-3(f)(2). H and r free However, if the LLC has made an election to be classified as a corporation (discussed later) and that elective classification is in effect at the time of the change in membership, the default classification as a partnership will not apply. H and r free   Other tax consequences of a change in membership, such as recognition of gain or loss, are determined by the transactions through which an interest in the LLC is acquired or disposed of. H and r free If a disregarded entity that becomes a partnership as a result of an increase in the number of members makes an election to be classified as a corporation, the applicable deemed transactions discussed in Subsequent Elections, later, apply. H and r free Example 4. H and r free Bart, who is not related to Alain, buys 50% of Alain's interest in an LLC that is a disregarded entity for $5,000. H and r free Alain does not contribute any portion of the $5,000 to the LLC. H and r free Alain and Bart continue to operate the business of the LLC as co-owners of the LLC. H and r free The LLC is converted to a partnership when the new member, Bart, buys an interest in the disregarded entity from the owner, Alain. H and r free Bart's buying a 50% interest in Alain's ownership interest in the LLC is treated as Bart's buying a 50% interest in each of the LLC's assets, which are treated as owned directly by Alain for federal income tax purposes. H and r free Immediately thereafter, Alain and Bart are treated as contributing their respective interests in those assets to a partnership in exchange for ownership interests in the partnership. H and r free Alain recognizes gain or loss from the deemed sale to Bart of the 50% interest in the assets. H and r free Neither Alain nor Bart recognizes any gain or loss as a result of the deemed contribution of the assets to the partnership. H and r free Example 5. H and r free Charles, who is not related to Danielle, contributes $10,000 to an LLC owned by Danielle for a 50% ownership interest in the LLC. H and r free The LLC uses all of the contributed cash in its business. H and r free Charles and Danielle continue to operate the business of the LLC as co-owners of the LLC. H and r free The LLC is converted from a disregarded entity to a partnership when Charles contributes cash to the LLC. H and r free Charles's contribution is treated as a contribution to a partnership in exchange for an ownership interest in the partnership. H and r free Danielle is treated as contributing all of the assets of the LLC to the partnership in exchange for a partnership interest. H and r free Neither Charles nor Danielle recognizes gain or loss as a result of the conversion of the disregarded entity to a partnership. H and r free   For more details on the preceding two examples, see Revenue Ruling 99-5, 1999-6 I. H and r free R. H and r free B. H and r free 8. H and r free You can find Revenue Ruling 99-5 at www. H and r free irs. H and r free gov/pub/irs-irbs/irb99-06. H and r free pdf. H and r free LLCs Classified as Corporations An LLC with either a single member or more than one member can elect to be classified as a corporation rather than be classified as a partnership or disregarded entity under the default rules discussed earlier. H and r free File Form 8832, Entity Classification Election, to elect classification as a C corporation. H and r free File Form 2553, Election by a Small Business Corporation, to elect classification as an S corporation. H and r free LLCs electing classification as an S corporation are not required to file Form 8832 to elect classification as a corporation before filing Form 2553. H and r free By filing Form 2553, an LLC is deemed to have elected classification as a corporation in addition to the S corporation classification. H and r free If the LLC elects to be classified as a corporation by filing Form 8832, a copy of the LLC's Form 8832 must be attached to the federal income tax return of each direct and indirect owner of the LLC for the tax year of the owner that includes the date on which the election took effect. H and r free Example 6. H and r free Classification as a corporation without an S election. H and r free Wanda and Sylvester are members of an LLC. H and r free They agree that the LLC should be classified as a corporation but do not want to elect to have the LLC be treated as an S corporation. H and r free The LLC must file Form 8832. H and r free Example 7. H and r free Classification as a corporation with an S election. H and r free Evelyn and Carol are members of an LLC. H and r free They agree that the LLC should be classified as an S corporation. H and r free The LLC must file Form 2553 instead of Form 8832. H and r free If the LLC is classified as a corporation, it must file a corporation income tax return. H and r free If it is a C corporation, it is taxed on its taxable income and distributions to the members are includible in the members' gross income to the extent of the corporation's earnings and profits (double taxation). H and r free If it is an S corporation, the corporation is generally not subject to any income tax and the income, deductions, gains, losses, and credits of the corporation “pass through” to the members. H and r free Corporations generally file either: Form 1120, U. H and r free S. H and r free Corporation Income Tax Return; or Form 1120S, U. H and r free S. H and r free Income Tax Return for an S Corporation. H and r free For more information on the income taxation of corporations and their shareholders, see Publication 542, Corporations. H and r free For more information on the income taxation of S corporations and their shareholders, see the Instructions for Form 1120S, U. H and r free S. H and r free Income Tax Return for an S Corporation. H and r free Subsequent Elections An LLC can elect to change its classification. H and r free Generally, once an LLC has elected to change its classification, it cannot elect again to change it classification during the 60 months after the effective date of the election. H and r free An election by a newly formed LLC that is effective on the date of formation is not considered a change for purposes of this limitation. H and r free For more information and exceptions, see Regulations section 301. H and r free 7701-3(c) and the Form 8832 instructions. H and r free An election to change classification can have significant tax consequences based on the following transactions that are deemed to occur as a result of the election. H and r free Partnership to corporation. H and r free   An election to change classification from a partnership to a corporation will be treated as if the partnership contributed all of its assets and liabilities to the corporation in exchange for stock and the partnership then immediately liquidated by distributing the stock to its partners. H and r free   For more information, see Partnership Distributions in Publication 541 and Property Exchanged for Stock in Publication 542. H and r free Corporation to partnership. H and r free   An election to change classification from a corporation to a partnership will be treated as if the corporation distributed all of its assets and liabilities to its shareholders in liquidation and the shareholders then immediately contributed all of the distributed assets and liabilities to a new partnership. H and r free   For more information, see Contribution of Property in Publication 541 and Distributions to Shareholders in Publication 542. H and r free Corporation to disregarded entity. H and r free   An election to change classification from a corporation to a disregarded entity will be treated as if the corporation distributed all of its assets and liabilities to its single owner in liquidation. H and r free   For more information, see Distributions to Shareholders in Publication 542. H and r free Disregarded entity to corporation. H and r free   An election to change classification from a disregarded entity to a corporation will be treated as if the owner of the disregarded entity contributed all of the assets and liabilities to the corporation in exchange for stock. H and r free   For more information, see Property Exchanged for Stock in Publication 542. H and r free How To Get More Information This section describes the help the IRS and other federal agencies offer to taxpayers who operate their own businesses. H and r free Internal Revenue Service You can get help with unresolved tax issues, order free publications and forms, ask tax questions, and get information from the IRS in several ways. H and r free By selecting the method that is best for you, you will have quick and easy access to tax help. H and r free Contacting your Taxpayer Advocate. H and r free   The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is an independent organization within the IRS whose employees assist taxpayers who are experiencing economic harm, who are seeking help in resolving tax problems that have not been resolved through normal channels, or who believe that an IRS system or procedure is not working as it should. H and r free   You can contact the TAS by calling the TAS toll-free case intake line at 1-877-777-4778 or TTY/TDD 1-800-829-4059 to see if you are eligible for assistance. H and r free You can also call or write to your local taxpayer advocate, whose phone number and address are listed in your local telephone directory and in Publication 1546, Taxpayer Advocate Service — Your Voice at the IRS. H and r free You can file Form 911, Request for Taxpayer Advocate Service Assistance (And Application for Taxpayer Assistance Order), or ask an IRS employee to complete it on your behalf. H and r free For more information, go to www. H and r free irs. H and r free gov/advocate. H and r free Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs). H and r free   LITCs are independent organizations that provide low income taxpayers with representation in federal tax controversies with the IRS for free or for a nominal charge. H and r free The clinics also provide tax education and outreach for taxpayers with limited English proficiency or who speak English as a second language. H and r free Publication 4134, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic List, provides information on clinics in your area. H and r free It is available at www. H and r free irs. H and r free gov or at your local IRS office. H and r free Small business workshops. H and r free   Small business workshops are designed to help the small business owner understand and fulfill their federal tax responsibilities. H and r free Workshops are sponsored and presented by IRS partners who are federal tax specialists. H and r free Workshop topics vary from a general overview of taxes to more specific topics such as recordkeeping and retirement plans. H and r free Although most are free, some workshops have fees associated with them. H and r free Any fees charged for a workshop are paid to the sponsoring organization, not the IRS. H and r free   For more information, visit www. H and r free irs. H and r free gov/businesses/small. H and r free Subscribe to e-news for small businesses. 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H and r free Part Six -   Cómo Calcular los Impuestos y Créditos Los ocho capítulos de esta sección explican cómo calcular sus impuestos y cómo calcular los impuestos de determinados hijos con ingresos no derivados del trabajo de $2,000 o más. H and r free Explican también créditos tributarios que, a diferencia de las deducciones, se restan directamente de los impuestos y los disminuyen, dólar por dólar. H and r free El capítulo 36 trata sobre el crédito por ingreso del trabajo y el capítulo 37 abarca una amplia gama de otros créditos, como por ejemplo, el crédito por adopción. H and r free Table of Contents 30. H and r free   Cómo Calcular los ImpuestosIntroduction Cómo Calcular los Impuestos Impuesto Mínimo Alternativo (AMT) Impuestos Calculados por el IRS Cómo Presentar la Declaración 31. H and r free   Impuesto sobre Ingresos No Derivados del Trabajo de Determinados Hijos¿Que Hay de Nuevo? Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Cómo Saber si se Tiene que Utilizar la Declaración del Padre o de la MadrePadres que no Presentan la Declaración Conjunta Elección de los Padres de Declarar los Intereses y Dividendos del HijoConsecuencias de Incluir los Ingresos del Hijo Cómo Calcular los Ingresos del Hijo Cómo Calcular el Impuesto Adicional Impuesto para Determinados Hijos con Ingresos No Derivados del TrabajoCómo Facilitar Información sobre los Padres (líneas A-C del Formulario 8615) Paso 1. H and r free Cómo Calcular los Ingresos Netos No Derivados del Trabajo del Hijo (Parte I del Formulario 8615) Paso 2. H and r free Cómo Calcular el Impuesto Provisional a la Tasa Impositiva de los Padres (Parte II del Formulario 8615) Paso 3. H and r free Cómo Calcular el Impuesto del Hijo (Parte III del Formulario 8615) 32. H and r free   Crédito por Gastos del Cuidado de Menores y DependientesRecordatorios Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Requisitos Para Reclamar el CréditoRequisitos de la Persona Calificada Requisito del Ingreso del Trabajo Requisito de Gastos Relacionados con el Trabajo Requisito de la Declaración Conjunta Requisito de Identificación del Proveedor de Cuidados Cómo Calcular el CréditoCómo Calcular el Total de los Gastos Relacionados con el Trabajo Límite del Ingreso del Trabajo Límite de Dinero Cantidad de Crédito Cómo Reclamar el CréditoCrédito tributario no reembolsable. H and r free Impuestos sobre la Nómina para Empleadores de Empleados Domésticos 33. H and r free   Crédito para Ancianos o Personas IncapacitadasIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: ¿Reúne los Requisitos del Crédito?Persona que Reúne los Requisitos Límites sobre los Ingresos Cómo Reclamar el CréditoEl Crédito Calculado por el IRS El Crédito Calculado por Usted Mismo 34. H and r free   Crédito Tributario por HijosIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Hijo Calificado Cantidad de CréditoLímites del Crédito Cómo Reclamar el Crédito Crédito Tributario Adicional por Hijos Cómo Completar el Anexo 8812 (Formulario 1040A o Formulario 1040)Parte I Partes II a IV 35. H and r free   Créditos Tributarios por EstudiosIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: ¿Quién Puede Reclamar un Crédito Tributario por Estudios? Gastos de Estudios CalificadosNo se Permite Beneficio Doble Ajustes a los Gastos de Estudios Calificados 36. H and r free   Crédito por Ingreso del Trabajo (EIC) Qué Hay de Nuevo Recordatorios Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: ¿Reúne los Requisitos para el Crédito?Si se Hizo una Solicitud Indebida del Crédito en un Año Anterior Parte A. H and r free Requisitos para TodosRequisito 1. H and r free Tiene que Tener Ingresos Brutos Ajustados Inferiores a: Requisito 2. H and r free Tiene que tener un número de Seguro Social válido Requisito 3. H and r free Su Estado Civil para Efectos de la Declaración no Puede Ser Casado que Presenta la Declaración por Separado Requisito 4. H and r free Tiene que Ser Ciudadano o Extranjero Residente de los Estados Unidos Durante Todo el Año Requisito 5. H and r free No Puede Presentar el Formulario 2555 ni el Formulario 2555-EZ Requisito 6. H and r free Tiene que Tener Ingresos de Inversiones de $3,300 o Menos Requisito 7. H and r free Tiene que Haber Recibido Ingresos del Trabajo Parte B. H and r free Requisitos si Tiene un Hijo CalificadoRequisito 8. H and r free Su Hijo Tiene que Cumplir los Requisitos de Parentesco, Edad, Residencia y de la Declaración Conjunta Requisito 9. H and r free Para Reclamar el Crédito por Ingreso del Trabajo, Sólo una Persona Puede Basarse en el Hijo Calificado de Usted Requisito 10. H and r free Otro Contribuyente no Puede Reclamarlo a Usted como Hijo Calificado Parte C. H and r free Requisitos si no Tiene un Hijo CalificadoRequisito 11. H and r free Tiene que Tener por lo Menos 25 Años pero Menos de 65 Años Requisito 12. H and r free No Puede Ser el Dependiente de Otra Persona Requisito 13. H and r free Otro Contribuyente no Puede Reclamarlo a Usted como Hijo Calificado Requisito 14. H and r free Tiene que Haber Vivido en los Estados Unidos durante más de la Mitad del Año Parte D. H and r free Cómo Calcular y Reclamar el Crédito por Ingreso del TrabajoRequisito 15. H and r free Su Ingreso del Trabajo Tiene que Ser Menos de: El IRS Puede Calcularle el Crédito por Ingreso del Trabajo Cómo Calcular Usted Mismo el Crédito por Ingreso del Trabajo EjemplosEjemplo 1. H and r free Juan y Julia Martínez (Formulario 1040A) Ejemplo 2. H and r free Carla Robles (Formulario 1040EZ) 37. H and r free   Otros CréditosQué Hay de Nuevo Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Créditos no ReembolsablesCrédito por Adopción Crédito por Vehículo Motorizado Alternativo Crédito por Bienes de Reabastecimiento de Vehículos con Combustible Alternativo Crédito para Titulares de Bonos de Crédito Tributario Crédito por Impuestos Extranjeros Crédito por Intereses Hipotecarios Crédito no Reembolsable del Impuesto Mínimo de Años Anteriores Crédito por Vehículos Enchufables con Motor de Dirección Eléctrica Créditos por Energía de la Propiedad Residencial Crédito por Aportaciones a Cuentas de Ahorro para la Jubilación (Crédito del Ahorrador) Créditos ReembolsablesCrédito por el Impuesto sobre Ganancias de Capital no Distribuidas Crédito Tributario por Cobertura del Seguro Médico Crédito por Retención en Exceso del Impuesto del Seguro Social o del Impuesto de la Jubilación Ferroviaria Prev  Up  Next   Home   More Online Publications