I currently own 17% of stock in a company I used to work for. I asked the accountant for a copy of the 1120-S and he refused to supply it. This is a family owned S-Corp based out of MN. Do I have any legal rights in order to receive a copy of the return?
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You have absolute rights to ALL financial & corp records
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Yes. Minn. Stat. 302A.461, subd. 4 states that you have the right to all corporate books and records upon written demand.
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