Chapter 18 corporate taxation nonliquidating distributions

Posted by / 02-Sep-2017 15:14

Nonliquidating corporate distributions are distributions of cash and/or property by a continuing corporation to its shareholders.

This means that the tax rate applicable to a redemption taxed as a nonliquidating corporate distribution (taxable dividend to the extent of the corporation's E&P) may actually be 18.8% (15% 3.8%) or 23.8% (20% 3.8%).However, state corporation statutes govern the property rights of a corporation's shareholders and creditors.Although applicable state corporation law and the federal income tax rules are sometimes compatible, they do not necessarily yield identical results.302(a) sale or exchange (nondividend equivalent) transactions, regardless of whether Sec. Consistent with the premise that a share of stock is the basic unit of property that can be disposed of, the proposed regulations would, for example, treat a Sec.301 dividend equivalent distribution as received on a pro rata, share-by-share basis with respect to the class of stock upon which the distribution is made.

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