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Question 1
The TUV Partnership distributes the following property to Bracer in a distribution that liquidates
Bracer’s interest in the partnership. Assume that no Sec. 754 election is in effect. Bracer’s basis
in his partnership interest before the distribution is $69,000. The adjusted bases and FMVs of the
distributed property to the partnership before the distribution are as follows:
Assets
Cash
Inventory
Capital Asset 1
Capital Asset 2
Total Basis
$ 5,000
16,000
20,000
40,000
81,000 FMV
$ 5,000
18,000
30,000
35,000
88,000 Determine Bracer’s basis in each distributed asset. Show computations for full credit.
Question 2
On December 31, Mike receives a $14,000 liquidating distribution from the AJT Partnership. On
that date, Mike’s basis in his limited partnership interest is $9,000 (which of course, includes his
share of partnership liabilities). The other partners assume his $3,000 share of liabilities. Just
prior to the distribution, the partnership has the following balance sheet. Mike is leaving the
partnership but the partnership is continuing.
Assets Basis Fair Market
Value Cash
Accounts
receivable
Inventory
Land
Total $15,000
-07,500
22,500
$45,000 $ 15,000
10,000
12,500
45,000
$82,500 Equities Basis Fair Market
Value Notes payable
Rory, Capital
Lynn, Capital
Mark, Capital
Total $15,000
6,000
12,000
12,000
$45,000 $ 15,000
13,500
27,000
27,000
$82,500 What is the amount and character of the gain that Mike must recognize on the liquidating
distribution? Question 3
a. Smolder Corporation reports the following results:
Service income (not passive income) $80,000
Dividend income
60,000
Interest income
120,000
Passive income-related expenses
40,000
Other expenses
100,000
At the end of the year, Smolder’s Subchapter C E&P is $100,000. What is Smolder
Corporation's excess net passive income and its excess net passive income tax for the year?
b. True Corporation elects S status effective for tax year 2010. As of January 1, 2010,
True’s assets were appraised as follows.
Adjusted Basis
Fair Market Value
Cash
Accounts receivable
Inventory (FIFO)
Investment in land
Building
Goodwill $ 16,010
–0–
70,000
110,000
220,000
–0– $ 16,010
55,400
90,000
195,000
275,000
93,000 In each of the following situations, calculate any built-in gains tax, assuming that the
highest corporate tax rate is 35%. C corporation taxable income would have been
$100,000.
i. During 2010, True collects $40,000 of the accounts receivable and sells 80% of
the inventory for $99,000.
ii. In 2011, True sells the land held for investment for $203,000.
iii. In 2012, the building is sold for $270,000. Question 4
Tiffany and Tonya organized Attractive Corporation 15 years ago and have each owned 50% of
the corporation since its inception. In the current year, Attractive reports ordinary income/
taxable income of $ 40,000. Assume the business does not qualify for the U. S. production
activities deduction. On April 30, Attractive distributes $ 200,000 cash to Tiffany and distributes
land with a $ 200,000 FMV and a $ 140,000 adjusted basis to Tonya. Attractive had purchased
the land as an investment two years ago. What are the tax implications to Attractive, Tiffany,
and Tonya of the land distribution in each of the situations that follow?
a Attractive was formed as a C corporation but made an S election three years after its
formation. On January 1 of the current year, Tiffany’s basis in his stock is $ 200,000, and
Tonya’s stock basis is $ 160,000. Attractive had the following earnings balances on
January 1 of the current year: Accumulated Adjustments Account $ 250,000 Accumulated
E& P 60,000 b Attractive was formed as a partnership and continues to operate in that form. On January
1 of the current year, Tiffany’s basis in her partnership interest is $ 200,000, and Tonya’s
partnership basis is $ 160,000. The partnership has no liabilities and no unrecognized
precontribution gains. Question 5
Ireland Corporation, a calendar year taxpayer, has been an S corporation for several years. Conor
and Caleb each own 50% of Ireland’s stock. On September 1 of the current year (assume a nonleap year), Ireland issues additional common stock to Bologna Corporation for cash. Conor,
Caleb, and Bologna each end up owning one- third of Ireland’s stock. Ireland reports ordinary
income of $ 250,000 and a short- term capital loss of $ 30,000 in the current year. Eighty percent
of the ordinary income and all the capital loss accrue after Bologna purchases its stock. Ireland
makes no distributions to its shareholders in the current year. What income and losses do
Ireland, Bologna, Conor, and Caleb report as a result of the current year’s activities? If
there is more than one possible method, discuss both methods.

 


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