60. Wood, a U.S. corporation, owns Holz, a German corporation. Wood receives a dividend (non-Subpart F income) from Holz of 75,000€. The average exchange rate for the year is $1US: 0.6€, and the exchange rate on the date of the dividend distribution is $1US: 0.80€. Wood’s exchange gain or loss is: A. $15,000 loss.B. $15,000 gain.C. $75,000 gain.D.$0. There is no exchange gain or loss on a dividend distribution.
61. Wood, a U.S. corporation, owns 30% of Hout, a foreign corporation. The remaining 70% of Hout is owned by other foreign corporations not controlled by Wood. Hout’s functional currency is the euro. Wood receives a 50,000€ distribution from Hout. If the average exchange rate for the E & P to which the dividend is attributed is 1.2€: $1, the exchange rate at year end is .95€: $1, and on the date of the dividend payment the exchange rate is 1.1€: $1, what is Wood’s tax result from the distribution?
62. Generally, accrued foreign income taxes are translated at the: