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Shareholders in an S corporation must keep careful track of their tax basis.The amount of the tax basis determines the tax treatment of such items as flow-through losses and corporate distributions.For purposes of subparagraph (A), the term “disqualified property” means any property which is acquired by the liquidating corporation in a transaction to which section 351 applied, or as a contribution to capital, during the 5-year period ending on the date of the distribution. Stock owned (or treated as owned) by the estate of any decedent or by any trust referred to in subparagraph (B)(iii) with respect to such decedent shall be treated as owned by 1 person and shall be treated as owned by such 1 person for the period during which it was owned (or treated as owned) by such estate or any such trust or by the decedent.Such term includes any property if the adjusted basis of such property is determined (in whole or in part) by reference to the adjusted basis of property described in the preceding sentence. All members of the same controlled group (as defined in section 267(f)(1) of such Code) shall be treated as 1 corporation for purposes of determining whether any of such corporations met the requirement of paragraph (5)(B) and for purposes of determining the applicable percentage with respect to any of such corporations.The regulations being proposed under IRC Secs 13 provide the particulars of adjustments to stock basis and distributions to S corporation stockholders.
The beginning basis for debt is the amount the shareholder loaned to the corporation.
Stock Basis Rules Under the proposed regulations, the basis of stock is adjusted in the following order: Increases a.
Capital contributions by shareholders to the corporation; b.
Many S shareholders have two investments in the corporation - the investment in corporate stock and loans made to the corporation.
These shareholder assets have tax bases which may change regularly as a result of corporate events.Separately stated income items (whether taxable or not); c. Excess of depletion deductions over basis of property subject to depletion. Non-deductible expenses that are not properly chargeable to a capital account also reduce stock basis; b.The shareholder's oil and gas depletion deduction; c. Non- separately computed losses that pass through; and e. Reducing stock basis for non-deductible items prevents a shareholder from converting a non-deductible expense at the corporate level into a deductible expense when stock is sold or a liquidating distribution is received.Except as otherwise provided in this section or section 337, gain or loss shall be recognized to a liquidating corporation on the distribution of property in complete liquidation as if such property were sold to the distributee at its fair market value. (ii) read as follows: “For purposes of clause (i), any property described in clause (i)(I) acquired by the liquidating corporation during the 2-year period ending on the date of the adoption of the plan of complete liquidation shall, except as provided in regulations, be treated as part of a plan described in clause (i)(II).” Subsec. Stock considered to be owned by a person by reason of the application of the preceding sentence shall, for purposes of applying such sentence, be treated as actually owned by such person.