Dan receives a proportionate current nonliquidating distribution when the basis

Dan receives a proportionate current nonliquidating

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4. Dan receives a proportionate current (nonliquidating) distribution when the basis of his partnership interest is $30,000. The distribution consists of $10,000 in cash and property with an adjusted basis to the partnership of $24,000 and a fair market value of $26,500.Dan's basis in the noncash property is: a. $26,500.b. $24,000.c. $20,000.d. $10,000.e. $0.Page 1of 7
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5. At the beginning of the year, Elsie’s basis in the E&G Partnership interest is $90,000. She receives a proportionate current (nonliquidating) distribution from the partnership consisting of $10,000 of cash, unrealized accounts receivable (basis of $0, fair market value $40,000), and land (basis of $30,000, fair market value of $50,000). After the distribution, Elsie’s bases in the accounts receivable, land, and partnership interest are: Page 2of 7
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Problems (90 points – You must show calculations to receive full credit) 6. In the current year, the DOE LLC received revenues of $200,000 and paid the following amounts: $50,000 of business expenses (rent, utilities, wages, depreciation, etc.), a $40,000 guaranteed payment (for services) to 50% member Dave, $10,000 to member Ethan for consulting services, and $10,000 as a distribution to member Olivia. In addition, the LLC earned $2,000 of tax-exempt interest income during the year. Dave is the managing member of the LLC. Dave’s basis in his LLC interest was $50,000 at the beginning of the year, and includes a $12,000 share of LLC liabilities. At the end of the year, his share of the LLC’s liabilities was $20,000.a. How much income must Dave report for the tax year and what is the character of the income?
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