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Which of the following groups constitute a controlled group?

Which of the following groups constitute a controlled group? (Any stock not listed below is held by unrelated individuals each owning less than 1% of the outstanding stock.) For brother-sister corporations, which definition applies?
a. Johnson and Carey Corporations each have only a single class of stock outstanding. The two controlling individual shareholders own the stock as follows:
Stock Ownership Percentages
Shareholder Johnson Corp. Carey Corp
David 60% 80%
Kelly 30% 0%
b. Red, Blue and ABC Corporations each have a single class of stock outstanding. The stock is owned as follows:
Stock Ownership Percentages
Shareholder Blue Corp. ABC Corp
Red 80% 50%
Blue 40%

Red Corporation’s stock is widely held by over 1,000 shareholders, none of whom owns directly or indirectly more than 1% of Red’s stock.
c. Helm, Oak, Walnut and Zinnia Corporations each have a single class of stock outstanding. The stock is owned as follows:

Stock Ownership Percentages
Shareholder Helm Corp. Oak Corp Walnut Corp Zinnia Corp
James 100% 90%
Helm 80% 30%
Walnut 60%
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Brother-sister corporation definition:Two or more organisations are said to be brother-sister controlled group when following conditions are met:1) The same five or fewer shareholders own...

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