1. 1. Delilah receives a proportionate, nonliquidating distribution from the Carbon Partnership. The distribution consists of $50,000 cash and property with an adjusted basis to the partnership of $150,000 and a fair market value of $180,000. Immediately before the distribution, Delilah's adjusted basis for her partnership interest is $170,000. Delilah's basis in the noncash property received is:
None of the above.
1. Rosalie is a real estate developer and owns property that is treated as inventory (not a capital asset) in her business. She contributed a parcel of this land (basis $40,000; fair market value $48,000) to a partnership, which will also hold it as inventory. After three years, the partnership sells the land for $60,000. The partnership will recognize a $20,000 capital gain on sale of the property.
1. 1. Juliet contributed property with a $48,000 basis and fair market value of $100,000 to the JT Partnership in exchange for a 40% interest in partnership capital and profits. During the first year of partnership operations, JT had net taxable income of $40,000 and tax-exempt income of $80,000. The partnership distributed $40,000 cash to Juliet. Her share of partnership recourse liabilities on the last day of the partnership year was $30,000. Juliet's adjusted basis (outside basis) for her partnership interest at year-end is:
None of the above
1. 1. Micah and Ariana formed an equal partnership on June 1 of the current year. Micah contributed $10,000 cash and land with a basis of $6,000 and a fair market value of $15,000. Ariana contributed equipment with a basis of $30,000 and a value of $25,000. Micah's tax basis in his interest is $16,000; Ariana's tax basis is also $25,000.
1. 1. The Copper Partnership distributed $30,000 cash to Esme in a proportionate, nonliquidating distribution. Esme's basis in her partnership interest was $20,000 immediately before the distribution. As a result of the distribution, Esme's basis is reduced to $0, and she recognizes $10,000 of capital gain.
1. 1. Izzy's partnership interest basis is $60,000. Izzy receives a proportionate, liquidating distribution from a liquidating partnership of $45,000 cash and inventory having a basis of $20,000 to the partnership and a fair market value of $6,000. Izzy assigns a basis of $6,000 to the inventory and recognizes a $9,000 loss.
1. 1. Piper and Adam formed a partnership. Piper received a 50% interest in partnership capital and profits in exchange for contributing land with a basis of $160,000 and a fair market value of $300,000. Adam received a 50% interest in partnership capital and profits in exchange for contributing $300,000 of cash. Three years after the contribution date, the land contributed by Piper is sold by the partnership to a third party for $360,000. How much taxable gain will Piper recognize from the sale?
None of the above
1. 1. Molly owns a 30% interest in the capital and profits of the Silver Partnership. Immediately before she receives a proportionate nonliquidating distribution from Silver, the basis of her partnership interest is $60,000. The distribution consists of $20,000 in cash and land with a fair market value of $80,000. Silver's adjusted basis in the land immediately before the distribution is $70,000. As a result of the distribution, Molly recognizes a gain of $30,000 and her basis in the land is $70,000.
1. 1. Sydney is a partner in the Lime Partnership, which is not publicly traded. Her allocable share of Lime's passive ordinary losses from a nonrealty activity for the current year is ($300,000). Sydney has a $125,000 adjusted basis (outside basis) for her interest in Lime (before deduction of any of the passive losses). Her amount "at risk" under §Â 465 is $100,000 (before deduction of any of the passive losses). She also has $60,000 of passive income from other sources. How much of the $300,000 passive loss allocated to her can Sydney deduct on her current year's tax return?
None of the above
1. 1. Joseph has an outside basis of $80,000 in the Tungsten Partnership as of December 31 of the current year. On that date the partnership liquidates and distributes to Joseph a proportionate distribution of $35,000 cash and inventory with an inside basis to the partnership of $25,000 and a fair market value of $50,000. In addition, Joseph receives a safe which has an inside basis and fair market value of $4,500 and $6,000, respectively. None of the distribution is for partnership goodwill. How much gain or loss will Joseph recognize on the distribution, and what basis will he take in the safe?
$0 loss; $20,000 basis
$14,000 loss; $6,000 basis
$5,000 loss; $-0- basis
$15,500 loss; $4,500 basis
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1. computation of basis of noncash property distribution to partners
2. treatment of the gain or loss on the sale of real estate treated as inventory
3. partnership interest with recourse liabilities, tax-exempt income
4. partnership tax basis if equipment contributed has a market value less than tax basis
5. Treatment of cash distribution over and above tax basis
6. Treatment of loss and gain on inventory received during liquidating distribution
7. Section 1231 gain, Taxable gain on land contributed sold by the partnership three years after contribution
8. Gain or loss recognized when cash and land is distributed
9. Allowable passive income and loss
10. Liquidating distribution computation of gain if cash, inventory and other property received
Partnership recognize gain or loss as a result of this distribution
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1 Greg's outside basis in his interest in the GO Partnership is $360,000. In a proportionate non-liquidating distribution, the partnership distributes to him cash of $60,000, inventory (fair market value of $200,000, basis to the partnership of $160,000), and land (fair market value of $50,000, basis to the partnership of $80,000). The partnership continues in existence. a. Does the partnership recognize any gain or loss as a result of this distribution? b. Does Greg recognize any gain or loss as a result of this distribution? c. Calculate Greg's basis in the land, in the inventory, and in his partnership interest immediately following the distribution.
2 At the beginning of the tax year, Monica's basis in the MIP LLC was $100,000, including Monica's $50,000 share of the LLC's liabilities. At the end of the year, MIP distributed to Monica cash of $20,000 and inventory (basis of $10,000, fair market value of $16,000). In addition, MIP repaid all of its liabilities by the end of the year. a. If this is a proportionate non-liquidating distribution, what is the tax effect of the distribution to Monica and MIP? After the distribution, what is Monica's basis in the inventory and in her MIP interest? b. Would your answers to (a) change if this had been a proportionate liquidating distribution?
3 The basis of Jesse's partnership interest is $90,000. Jesse receives a pro rata liquidating distribution consisting of $30,000 cash, land with a basis of $50,000 and a fair market value of $60,000, and his proportionate share of inventory with a basis of $20,000 to the partnership and a fair market value of $22,000. Assume the partnership also liquidates.
a. How much gain or loss, if any, must Jesse recognize as a result of the distribution?
b. What basis will Jesse take in the inventory and land?
c. If the land is sold two years later for $60,000, what are the tax consequences to Jesse?
d. What are the tax consequences to the partnership as a result of the liquidating distribution?
e. Is any planning technique available to the partnership to avoid any "lost basis" results?
f. Would your answer to (b) change if this had been a non-liquidating distribution?