tax quiz 10-3 - Losses between related parties are: Choose...

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Losses between related parties are: Choose one answer. a. always realized, but never recognized. b. always recognized, but never realized. c. always realized and recognized. d. never realized and recognized. Losses between related parties are always realized, but never recognized. Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question 2 Marks: 1 An example of a basket purchase is: Choose one answer. a. the purchase of real property with one or more items of personal property. b. the purchase of land and a building for a single, lump-sum amount. c. two separate property purchases completed one right after another. d. both a and b. e. all of the above. A basket purchase is the purchase of real property with one or more items of personal property or the purchase of land and a building for a single, lump-sum amount. Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question 3 Marks: 1 Marcia Marks received as a wedding present from an old friend a gold necklace worth $22,000. The necklace had been purchased by the friend for $25,000. The friend did not pay any gift tax. Marcia ran into some financial difficulty and sold the necklace for $23,000. Marcia must recognize a gain of $1,000. Answer: True False
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Neither gain nor loss would be reported since the selling price was between the basis in the hands of the donor and a lesser fair market value. Correct
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