The fictitious sale of assets for tax purposes also requires a transfer of value to each of the company`s asset classes. This transfer of value is necessary not only for the determination of profits, but also for the basic increase received by the buyer. Since the purchase is still legally a share purchase, this may not be at the forefront of the buyer`s and seller`s opinion, but an agreement on the values of the assets is essential. The old and new objectives must be Form 8883, the declaration of wealth allowance in accordance with Section 338 (or a corresponding succession form) with their final or initial returns (Regs). S. 1.336-2 (h) (7)). (A) In general. This paragraph b) (2) contains the effects of a section 336 (e) choice on a qualified inventory provision resulting, in whole or in part, from a provision described in paragraph 355, d) 2) or e) (2). The old objective is treated as if you could get your assets in a single transaction at the end of the date of the provision in exchange for the ADADP according to the definition. 1.336-3 to an independent person.
The ADADP is assigned to the assets of the implementation date in the same way as adsP, in accordance with No. 1.338-6 and 1.338-7, to determine the amount realized from each of the assets sold. The old objective achieves the taxable consequences of the transfer, considered an asset sale, before the end of the date of the provision, whereas the old objective belongs to the seller. (ii) The consequences. Prior to the withdrawal, sellers and persons A would be linked since, pursuant to Section 318 (a) (2) (C), all shares would be allocated to a company owned by the seller, as A owns 50% or more of the seller`s value. However, for the purposes of p. 1.336-1 to 1.336-5, it is determined immediately after the withdrawal of Stock A if the seller and A are related. See nr.
1.336-1 (b) (5) (iii) and 1.338-3 (b) (3) (ii) (A). After the withdrawal, A no longer has any shares of the seller. As a result, A and the seller are not people related to the meaning of the appendix. 1.336-1 (b) (12) and the allocation of The Target stock is a qualified inventory provision. For federal income tax purposes, the seller who distributes Target A`s stock to A is not considered determined. Old Target is treated as if it were selling its assets to an independent person. New Target is then treated in such a way that it draws all assets from an independent person in a single transaction. Immediately thereafter, Old Target is considered a liquidation to the seller in a qualified transaction pursuant to Section 332. The seller does not detect any profit or loss from liquidation. The seller is then treated as if he were buying 80 shares of New Target from an independent person, and then distributing the 80 shares of New Target in exchange for 51 shares of seller from A to A.