Question

Partner Z of the XYZ partnership receives a liquidating distribution of the following:

Basis FMV

Cash $40,000 $40,000

Inventory $30,000 $45,000

Unrealized receiv. $50,000 $45,000

1. Z’s basis in her partnership interest was $95,000. What is her gain or loss and the bases of the assets distributed to her?

2. Assume Z’s basis in her partnership interest was $130,000. What is her gain or loss and the bases of the assets distributed to her?

**The capital
percentages are already factored in because this is the liquidating
distribution that Partner Z is receiving (so the amount allocated
has factored this in). The question is what is her gain or loss
where a partner receives solely cash, unrealized receivables and
inventory items (all ordinary income items) in a liquidating
distribution.**

Answer #1

1. There is no gain or loss. The deficit between inside an outside basis is $25,000($120,000-$95,000) . The base of assets distributed to her as follows:

Beginning basis

Cash | $40,000 |

Inventory ($30,000- $20,000($30,000/($30,000+$45,000)) | $22,000 |

Unrealized receivables ($50,000-$5,000- $20,000($45,000/($30,000+$45,000)) | $33,000 |

2. Her loss will ne equals to $10,000. Her outside basis of $130,000 minus the total of cash and basis of the assets distributed, $120,000. Her bases in assets distributed will be the same as I'm the hands of the partnership.

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