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On June 30, 2011, Ral Corporation had earnings\r\nand profits of $100,000. For the current year, Westwind reported earnings\r\nand profits of $15,000. What was the amount of Westwind\u2019s accumulated\r\nearnings and profits deficit at year-end? $200 \t $100\t\t CS = ($450\/$600) x $300 = $225\r\nd. Two unrelated individuals, Mark and David, each own\r\n50% of the stock of Pike Corporation, which has accumulated\r\nearnings and profits of $250,000. $250,000 dividend.\r\n\r\n Stock ownership tests must be met for treatment as substantially disproportionate under Sec.

The 5th Circuit thus concluded that the payments were dividends, not wages (See also Paula Construction Co.

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The corporation does not recognize gain or loss when it distributes cash to shareholders or when it redeems stock in exchange for cash payments (Sec. When a corporation makes a nonliquidating distribution of corporate property other than cash (including a distribution to redeem stock), the corporation recognizes gain if the property’s fair market value (FMV) exceeds its adjusted tax basis in the corporation’s hands (Sec. Specifically, the corporation recognizes gain as if it had sold the appreciated property for FMV to the recipient shareholder. The portion of the corporation’s gain attributable to recapture items (e.g., depreciation recapture) is ordinary income, as is gain attributable to the distribution of inventory and unrealized receivables. Form 5452, Corporate Report of Nondividend Distributions, is used to report nondividend distributions to shareholders.

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The 5th Circuit noted that the 99.86% shareholder in Bramlette performed services at a level expected of a major shareholder.

In addition, the payments were made in proportion to stock ownership not to services rendered.

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