Corporate nonliquidating distributions

You will then cover the treatment of stock distributions.

Finally, treatment of constructive dividends and qualified dividends will be explored.

The course focuses on the relevant provisions of Subchapter C of the Internal Revenue Code, as well as related Treasury Regulations and judicial opinions, governing corporate formation, operations, distributions, and liquidation.

$14,000 capital gain: = (20,000 sales price – 8,000 adjusted basis).2.

$8,000 AB = $12,000 x [(1,000 C/S shares x 16 per share]  [16,000 (100 P/S shares x 80 per P/S share)] 3.

Chapter 15, Exhibit 6a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics Solution: March 31, 20x1 receipt: The stock dividends are not taxable.

June 30, 20x2 sale of common stock: $14,000 long-term capital gain1.

Effect of Identical, Nontaxable Stock Distributions on Shareholders 6. Chapter 15, Exhibit 4a CCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics Solution: March 31, 20x1 receipt: $4,000 taxable dividend income.

Effect of Taxable Stock Distributions on Shareholders 5. Effect of Complete Liquidations on Corporations Chapter 15, Exhibit Contents ACCH Federal Taxation Comprehensive Topics11. In a disguised sale, the partnership’s recognized gain or loss = (a) – (b), where:(a) = FMV of property dist’d.(b) = AB of property dist’d. Upon receipt: Stock dividends are taxable as ordinaryincome at their fair market value (FMV). Upon sale: Basis of taxable stock dividends = same amount as in (a) above; holding period begins on the day AFTER receipt (i.e., consistent with the general rule for holding period).

,000 = ,000 sales proceeds - ,000 basis of new shares.

Effect of Nonidentical, Nontaxable Stock Distributions on Shareholders 7. ,000 = /share x (1,000 old x 20%); June 30, 20x2 sale: ,000 short-term capital gain.

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