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The purchasing S corp must not be classified as an "agent" of the selling partnership for tax purposes.
However, the section 302(b)(2) substantially disproportionate requirement will not be met if, immediately after the redemption, the selling shareholder retains a 50%-or-greater interest in the combined voting power of all classes of stock entitled to vote.
Establishing a sell strategy at the same time you buy a stock will help safeguard against making impulsive selling decisions.
Because a shareholder's stock in a corporation is, in most cases, a capital asset, the selling shareholder will have a capital gain or loss on the sale of his or her stock via the agreement.
McGinnity envisions agents in the United States selling travel insurance to their personal-lines customers.
Says Samson, "Even if the sponsor started selling tomorrow, buyers don't buy where the mortgage is coming due or there is a question of the mortgage being refinanced or there are volatile interest rates.
The Solution Selling(R) Fieldbook builds on the proven processes, principles, and management systems outlined in a previous book, The New Solution Selling.
CPAs can maximize the tax benefits for their clients through careful tax structuring of the selling entity; transferring the selling entity's assets; and properly allocating the purchase price among sold assets, intangibles and employment agreements.
Selling a stock or a stock fund isn't always easy You may be so attached to a winner that you'll keep holding on long after the winnings have stopped.
2) See Pickett, Gardner and Streuling, "Maximizing Gain Exclusion/Deferral When Selling a Principal Residence Due to Death, Divorce or Marriage," 28 The Tax Adviser 90 (Feb.
The percentage of convenience stores selling motor fuels also is a record high -- 81.
What's more, the proceeds from selling a stock at a loss may be reinvested in a more promising opportunity.