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7090928-Solutions - CHAPTER 17 CORPORATIONS ORGANIZATION...

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CHAPTER 17 CORPORATIONS: ORGANIZATION AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM MATERIALS Status: Q/P Question/ Present in Prior Problem Topic Edition Edition 1 Compare § 351 and § 1031 in terms of justification and effect New 2 Possible gain and/or loss recognition on a § 351 transfer Unchanged 2 3 Definition of “property” in § 351 transfers New 4 Taxation of boot received Unchanged 4 5 Effect of receipt of securities in exchange for transfer of property to a controlled corporation Modified 5 6 Explain control requirement of § 351; effect of specific situations on control requirement Unchanged 6 7 Issue ID Unchanged 7 8 Charitable gift of stock shortly after § 351 exchange Unchanged 8 9 Transfer of property for stock by two shareholders; transfer of services for stock by third shareholder Unchanged 9 10 Shareholder who transfers property and services for stock as part of control group Unchanged 10 11 Issue ID Unchanged 11 12 Effect of debt on basis in corporate stock in a § 351 transfer Unchanged 12 13 Gain recognition potential on transfer of mortgaged property in a § 351 transaction Unchanged 13 14 Bona fide business purpose requirement in transfer of liabilities to a controlled corporation Unchanged 14 15 Reason for the gain recognition rule of § 357(c) Unchanged 15 16 Impact of various attributes on stock basis calculation Unchanged 16 17-1
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17-2 2004 Comprehensive Volume/Solutions Manual Status: Q/P Question/ Present in Prior Problem Topic Edition Edition 17 When stock issued for services is deductible/not deductible Modified 17 18 Basis rules for property acquired from a shareholder and from a nonshareholder Unchanged 18 19 Advantages of utilizing debt in the capitalization of a corporation Unchanged 19 20 Shareholder loan to corporation: business or nonbusiness bad debt? New 21 Tax treatment in selected situations where corporate stock has declined in value Unchanged 21 22 Issue ID Unchanged 22 23 Issue ID Unchanged 23 24 Formation of corporation; gain or loss on transfer; transfer of property; basis Unchanged 24 25 Formation of corporation; gain on transfer; basis of stock; basis of property New 26 Formation of corporation with transfer of property from several shareholders at different times Unchanged 26 27 Transfer of property to a corporation after date of formation of corporation Unchanged 27 28 Issue ID New 29 Transfer of property to existing corporation New 30 Formation of corporation; transfer of services for stock Unchanged 30 31 Formation of corporation; transfer of services for stock Unchanged 31 32 Property subject to liability in excess of basis transferred to corporation for stock Modified 32 33 Issue ID Unchanged 33 34 Stock received for services rendered Unchanged 34 35 Stock received for services rendered Unchanged 35 36 Contribution to corporation by nonshareholder Unchanged 36 37 Investor losses; business versus nonbusiness bad debts Unchanged 37 38 Reclassification of debt as equity Unchanged 38 39 Section 1244 stock Unchanged 39 40 Transfer of § 1244 stock to another individual Unchanged 40 41
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