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have had to be made to obtain the same tax effects as in the provided choice. CPA-01959 Type1 M/C A-D 84. CPA-01959 ARE May 95 #21 Corr Ans: B PM#6 R 3-02 Page 46 Village Corp., a calendar year corporation, began business in 1990. Village made a valid S corporation
election on December 5, 1993, with the unanimous consent of its shareholders. The eligibility
requirements for S status continued to be met throughout 1994. On what date did Village's S status
d. January 1, 1993.
January 1, 1994.
December 5, 1993.
December 5, 1994. CPA-01959
Choice "b" is correct.
Rule: In order to be effective for the current taxable year, the S corporation election must be made by the
15th day of the third month of the taxable year. If the election is made after that date, it becomes
effective on the first day of the next taxable year, January 1, 1994, in this case.
Choices "a", "c", and "d" are incorrect, per the...
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