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Tax Planning for Partners, Partnerships, and LLCs
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Selling or Exchanging a Partnership or LLC Interest
Jerold A. Friedland, JD, LLM
The chapter also reviews the characterization of a seller's gain or loss under federal tax regulations. It next describes what constitutes Internal Revenue Code § 751 property, including unrealized receivables and inventory. The chapter then outlines the methods for determining the effects of a sale or exchange on the partnership tax year, as well as the effects of a sale or exchange on a partner's loss deductions. It further discusses the exchange of partnership interests in a nonrecognition transaction. The chapter also covers the recharacterization of a sale or exchange of a partnership interest. It additionally sets forth the general rules regarding adjustment of the basis of a partnership or LLC interest following a sale or exchange.
Tax Planning for Partners, Partnerships, and LLCs (Matthew Bender) is a unique, all-in-one resource that covers both partner/partnership and limited liability company (LLC) tax issues. This publication makes available clear and direct explanations of some of the most staggeringly complex portions of the Internal Revenue Code, related regulations and rulings, and court cases. It is filled with examples and includes numerous computational illustrations. Tax Planning for Partners, Partnerships, and LLCs is packed with practice tips and cautions to alert you to tax planning opportunities and steer you around potential pitfalls.
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RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
See Chapter 3 for information on tax accounting for partnerships and limited liability companies.
See Chapter 10 for information on liquidating payments to a retiring partner/member of a decedent's successor.
See Chapter 13 for information on acquiring a partnership or LLC interest by contribution.
See Chapter 14 for information on terminating a partnership or LLC.
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