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Title has the question, can a LLC owned solely by husband and wife, who file their 1040 married jointly, be a disregarded entity and just put everything on 1040? Some googling says only if community property state, some says in all states. Anyone have experience?

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Is it related to a corporation? If not, then it should just be a partnership and since both partners are married, it should be able to roll into your joint taxes.

Yes it can be. Have done it for a couple of years. If you have enough profits from LLC, don't forget to setup Individual 401k. You can sock away a lot while reducing your current tax liabilities.

You didn't say if you're in a community property state. If you are, IIRC you can elect whether to treat it as a partnership or disregarded entity. But once you elect one way or the other, to change it I would imagine you would have to treat it as a conversion to the other type. I'm not sure if you have to affirmatively make an election or just file the particular return.

If you aren't in a community property state, it's a partnership.

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