The Vanity Corporation organized and began operations in January. The corporation's ten equal shareholders elect to have Vanity taxed as an S corporation, and the election and necessary consents are filed in a timely manner. For its first tax year ended December 31, Vanity has ordinary income of $64,000 and short-term capital gains of $16,000. During the year, it distributes $30,000 in cash equally to its ten shareholders. For the year, how much income should each shareholder report and how should it be characterized?