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### Chapter 19 Homework 1

Course: ACCOUNTING AC 443, Spring 2012
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19 Tax Chapter Homework 4. Tiffany Watt AC 302 01 a. If a distributing corporation has a deficit in accumulated E &amp; P and a positive amount in current E &amp; P, a distribution during the year is a taxable dividend to the extent of current E &amp; P. b. If the corporation has a positive amount in accumulated E &amp; P and a deficit in current E &amp; P, a distribution either is a...

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19 Tax Chapter Homework 4. Tiffany Watt AC 302 01 a. If a distributing corporation has a deficit in accumulated E & P and a positive amount in current E & P, a distribution during the year is a taxable dividend to the extent of current E & P. b. If the corporation has a positive amount in accumulated E & P and a deficit in current E & P, a distribution either is a taxable dividend or a return of capital, depending on the resulting balance in E & P when current and accumulated E & P are netted. The accounts are netted at the date of distribution. If the resulting balance is zero or a deficit, the distribution results in a tax-free recovery of basis or gain. capital If a positive balance results, the distribution represents a dividend to that extent. For netting purposes, current E & P is determined as of the date of the distribution by ratably allocating the loss over the entire year, unless the loss can be shown to have otherwise occurred. c. If there is a deficit in both current and accumulated E & P, a corporate distribution is treated as a return of capital to the extent of the shareholders basis in his or her stock. Any excess is a capital gain. d. If there is a positive amount in both current and accumulated E & P, to the extent of the positive balance in both amounts, the distribution is a taxable dividend.
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