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56. Ryan is a 25% partner in the ROCC Partnership. At the beginning of the tax year, Ryan’s basis in the partnership interest was $90,000, including his share of partnership liabilities. During the current year, ROCC reported net ordinary income of $100,000. In addition, ROCC distributed $10,000 to each of the partners ($40,000 total). At the end of the year, Ryan’s share of partnership liabilities increased by $10,000. Ryan’s basis in the partnership interest at the end of the year is: A. $90,000. B. $100,000. C. $115,000. D. $125,000. E. None of the above.
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57. Allison is a 40% partner in the BAM Partnership. At the beginning of the tax year, Allison’s basis in the partnership interest was $100,000, including her share of partnership liabilities. During the current year, BAM reported an ordinary loss of $60,000. In addition, BAM distributed $8,000 to Allison and paid partner Brian a $20,000 consulting fee (neither of these amounts was deducted in determining the $60,000 loss from operations). At the end of the year, Allison’s share of partnership liabilities decreased by $10,000. Assuming loss limitation rules do not apply, Allison’s basis in the partnership interest at the end of the year is:
58. Binita contributed property with a basis of $40,000 and a value of $50,000 to the BE Partnership in exchange for a 20% interest in partnership capital and profits. During the first year of partnership operations, BE had net taxable income of $30,000 and tax-exempt interest income of $10,000. The partnership distributed $10,000 cash to Binita. Binita’s adjusted basis (outside basis) for her partnership interest at year-end is:
59. At the beginning of the year, Heather’s “tax basis” capital account balance in the HEP Partnership was $85,000. During the tax year, Heather contributed property with a basis of $6,000 and a fair market value of $10,000. Her share of the partnership’s ordinary income and separately stated income and deduction items was $40,000. At the end of the year, the partnership distributed $15,000 of cash to Heather. Also, the partnership allocated $12,000 of recourse debt and $10,000 of nonrecourse debt to Heather. What is Heather’s ending capital account balance determined using the “tax basis” method?
60. Misty and John formed the MJ Partnership. Misty contributed $50,000 of cash in exchange for her 50% interest in the partnership capital and profits. During the first year of partnership operations, the following events occurred: the partnership had a net taxable income of $20,000; Misty received a distribution of $12,000 cash from the partnership; and Misty had a 50% share in the partnership’s $60,000 of recourse liabilities on the last day of the partnership year. Misty’s adjusted basis for her partnership interest at year end is: A. $48,000. B. $60,000. C. $78,000. D. $88,000. E. $90,000.

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