I am wanting to start a company in the next month for my side work in transitioning to full-time work next year. I’m currently working for a company that’s teaching me crane work so I think it’s valuable to just work part time for myself and also start building up some referrals. I’m hoping to do at least $25,000 in sales for side work this year, I would like to save at least $18,000 of that in the business account in order to pay off the truck and build capital. I’ve been told by a few that with LLCs and S Corp you have to pay yourself a reasonable salary which is 60% of the gross. I make enough money working for my employer I don’t need any extra kickback from the company I start, I really would like to just save up all that money just to build up the company even more and possibly buy a chipper next year. Also, Say I do 25,000 in sales, and make 33,000 at my employers. Would it make my personal income look as if it was $58,000? Or would it depend on how much I draw out of the business account? Would a C Corp prevent this Because my business would be taxed separately to my personal income?