S-corporation banks in Minnesota are fighting to win a tax break already enjoyed by other types of S corporations there.

State law exempts S corporations from paying corporate income tax, placing the burden on the shareholders instead. The exemption does not, however, extend to Minnesota's 146 S corporation banks, which still pay 10% of their profits to the state.

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