Lo 3 for each of the following independent

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Problem 6-54 (LO. 3)For each of the following independent transactions, calculate the recognized gain or loss to the seller and the adjusted basis to the buyer.Note: If an amount is zero, enter "0."Seller's Recognized
Gain/Lossa. Bonnie sells Parchment, Inc. stock (adjusted basis $17,000) to Phillip, her brother, for its fair market value of $12,000.
b. Amos sells land (adjusted basis $85,000) to his nephew, Boyd, for its fair market value of $70,000.
c. Susan sells a tax-exempt bond (adjusted basis $20,000) to her wholly owned corporation for its fair market value of $19,000.
d. Ron sells a business truck (adjusted basis $20,000) that he uses in his sole proprietorship to his cousin, Agnes, for its fair market value of $18,500.
e. Martha sells her partnership interest (adjusted basis $175,000) in Pearl Partnership to her adult daughter, Kim, for $220,000.
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Your answer:Problem 6-44 (LO. 3)Alex, who is single, conducts an activity in 2015 that is appropriately classified as a hobby. The activity produces the following revenues and expenses:Revenue$18,000Property taxes3,000Materials and supplies4,500Utilities2,000Advertising5,000Insurance750Depreciation4,000Without regard to this activity, Alex's AGI is $42,000 and his personal exemption is $4,000.
Complete the following statements regarding the treatment of the hobby activities.Alex reportsthe gross hobby revenueon page 1 of the Form 1040. Excluding the property taxes, his total deductible expenses (before any AGI limitations) is limited to $blank. Alex's reportable netincomefrom the hobby on his tax return is $blankand his overall taxable income is $blank.9.
A realized gain of $30,000, with $6,000 recognized as a gain for tax purposes.A recognized and realized loss of $8,000.There is no recognized gain to Ridge and the $10,000 of unrecognized loss is permanently lost.
losses160000disallowed lossreducean unrelated partyYour answer:Problem 6-52 (LO. 3, 4)Brittany Callihan sold stock (basis of $184,000) to her son, Ridge, for $160,000, the fair market value.a. What are the tax consequences to Brittany?
b. What are the tax consequences to Ridge if he later sells the stock for $190,000?

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