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No. A Coeur d’Alene Idaho C-Corporations pay corporate taxes on profits before paying out the rest in dividends to shareholders.

When the shareholder receives a qualified dividend, they pay dividend tax rates which are much less than ordinary income tax rates. In addition, qualified dividends do not increase your ordinary income tax rates, moving you and other income into higher income tax brackets.