Tax Law (Questions About Taxes)/S Corp

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I incorporated my business as an s-corp.  I am the only shareholder.  A bookkeeping service that I have been using has been filing quarterly reports with the employment security commission of my state on my behalf under my social.  As an s-corp, am I supposed to be filing these? I believe what they file quarterly is supposed to be the salary paid to me.  However, a friend of mine who prepares tax returns said that as an s-corp I shouldn't be filing them.  The income I make on the corporation flows through to my personal tax returns on a K-1.  I am really confused. If I am required to file with the employment security commission, wouldn't I have to file 941's with the IRS as well?  Please help

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It is scarry when this many people who are supposedly professionals mess stuff up.

You are likely getting other stuff wrong too don't you think?

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