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After considering the 0 gain on the stock distribution, he shows 0 of untaxed appreciation.

The stock value is ,000, and Andy's basis is

After considering the $900 gain on the stock distribution, he shows $600 of untaxed appreciation.

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After considering the $900 gain on the stock distribution, he shows $600 of untaxed appreciation.

The stock value is $2,000, and Andy's basis is $1,400, so the untaxed appreciation is the expected $600 amount.

The partnership takes a basis of $165,000 in land J ($150,000 from the purchase and $15,000 from the contribution 723).

Janet takes an initial outside basis of $15,000 in the partnership.

| DISGUISED SALE | MARKETABLE SECURITIES | DISTRIBUTION OF PRECONTRIBUTION PROPERTY TO ANOTHER PARTNER | DISTRIBUTION OF PROPERTY TO A PARTNER WHO CONTRIBUTED PRECONTRIBUTION PROPERTY | DISPROPORTIONATE DISTRIBUTIONS | LIQUIDATING DISTRIBUTIONS TO RETIRING OR DECEASED PARTNERS WHEN "HOT ASSETS" ARE PRESENT | COMPARISON OF LIQUIDATING DISTRIBUTIONS FROM A CAPITAL INTENSIVE PARTNERSHIP TO A SERVICE ORIENTED PARTNERSHIP | INCOME ALLOCATION — CLOSE OF A PARTNER'S TAX YEAR WHEN INTEREST IS SOLD | OTHER DISPOSITIONS OF PARTNERSHIP INTERESTS | 1.

A disguised sale occurs when a partner transfers property to a partnership and then receives a distribution of money or other consideration from the partnership such that, when viewed together, the transaction is more properly treated as a sale or exchange. partnership on March 28, 2004 in exchange for a one-third interest in Eagle.

,400, so the untaxed appreciation is the expected 0 amount.

The partnership takes a basis of 5,000 in land J (0,000 from the purchase and ,000 from the contribution 723).

Janet takes an initial outside basis of ,000 in the partnership.

| DISGUISED SALE | MARKETABLE SECURITIES | DISTRIBUTION OF PRECONTRIBUTION PROPERTY TO ANOTHER PARTNER | DISTRIBUTION OF PROPERTY TO A PARTNER WHO CONTRIBUTED PRECONTRIBUTION PROPERTY | DISPROPORTIONATE DISTRIBUTIONS | LIQUIDATING DISTRIBUTIONS TO RETIRING OR DECEASED PARTNERS WHEN "HOT ASSETS" ARE PRESENT | COMPARISON OF LIQUIDATING DISTRIBUTIONS FROM A CAPITAL INTENSIVE PARTNERSHIP TO A SERVICE ORIENTED PARTNERSHIP | INCOME ALLOCATION — CLOSE OF A PARTNER'S TAX YEAR WHEN INTEREST IS SOLD | OTHER DISPOSITIONS OF PARTNERSHIP INTERESTS | 1.

A disguised sale occurs when a partner transfers property to a partnership and then receives a distribution of money or other consideration from the partnership such that, when viewed together, the transaction is more properly treated as a sale or exchange. partnership on March 28, 2004 in exchange for a one-third interest in Eagle.

The partner assigns a basis to the security received in the distribution following the standard ordering rules.

Example: In 2006, Rod contributes nondepreciable property with an adjusted basis of ,000 and a fair market value of ,000 to the Rock Partnership, in exchange for a one-fourth interest in profits and capital.

In 2007, when the property's fair market value is ,000, the partnership distributes the property to Hong, another one-fourth partner.

This basis is the lesser of the partnership's inside basis in the stock of 0 (20% x ,000) or Andy's outside basis of 0 (see Concept Summary 6-2 in the text).

The recognized gain of 0 increases Andy's basis in the stock to

The partner assigns a basis to the security received in the distribution following the standard ordering rules.

Example: In 2006, Rod contributes nondepreciable property with an adjusted basis of $10,000 and a fair market value of $40,000 to the Rock Partnership, in exchange for a one-fourth interest in profits and capital.

In 2007, when the property's fair market value is $50,000, the partnership distributes the property to Hong, another one-fourth partner.

This basis is the lesser of the partnership's inside basis in the stock of $800 (20% x $4,000) or Andy's outside basis of $500 (see Concept Summary 6-2 in the text).

The recognized gain of $900 increases Andy's basis in the stock to $1,400 ($500 $900).

If the contributed appreciated (depreciated) property is distributed to another partner within seven years of the contribution date, the contributing partner recognizes the remaining net precontribution gain (or loss) on the property distributed.

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The partner assigns a basis to the security received in the distribution following the standard ordering rules.Example: In 2006, Rod contributes nondepreciable property with an adjusted basis of $10,000 and a fair market value of $40,000 to the Rock Partnership, in exchange for a one-fourth interest in profits and capital.In 2007, when the property's fair market value is $50,000, the partnership distributes the property to Hong, another one-fourth partner.This basis is the lesser of the partnership's inside basis in the stock of $800 (20% x $4,000) or Andy's outside basis of $500 (see Concept Summary 6-2 in the text).The recognized gain of $900 increases Andy's basis in the stock to $1,400 ($500 $900).If the contributed appreciated (depreciated) property is distributed to another partner within seven years of the contribution date, the contributing partner recognizes the remaining net precontribution gain (or loss) on the property distributed.

,400 (0 0).

If the contributed appreciated (depreciated) property is distributed to another partner within seven years of the contribution date, the contributing partner recognizes the remaining net precontribution gain (or loss) on the property distributed.

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