Question

**1.** In complete liquidation of her interest in
the Buyers Partnership, Sarah received a cash distribution of
$40,000. Her basis in the partnership interest prior to receipt of
the liquidating distribution was $48,000.

**a). How much gain or loss must Sarah recognize on
receipt of the liquidating distribution?** **b).
Assume that Sarah received cash of only $25,000, and property worth
$15,000 in complete liquidation of** **her interest in
the partnership. How much gain or loss would she recognize? What
would be her basis in the property received?**

2. In complete liquidation of his interest in the KD Partnership, Scott received adistribution consisting of $38,000 cash and property valued at $62,000. The partnership’s tax basis in the property, which was not inventory or unrealized receivable,was $22,000. Scott’s basis in his partnership interest prior to receipt of the liquidating distribution was $35,000. The distribution was not a disproportionate distribution.

**a) Will Scott be required to recognize any gain or loss
for tax purposes upon receipt of the liquidating
distribution?**

**b) What will be his tax basis in the property received
from the partnership?**

Answer #1

Since, multiple questions have been posted, I have answered the first one.

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**1.**

Part a)

In the given case, the total amount of liquidating distribution of $40,000 is less than the Sarah's adjusted basis prior to the distribution which is $48,000. Therefore, Sarah will recognize capital loss equal to the value determined as below:

**Loss to be Recognized** = Adjusted Basis - Amount
Received = 48,000 - 40,000 = **$8,000**

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Part b)

As per the applicable rules, in a liquidation distribution, a loss is recognized only if the partner receives cash, unrealized receivables or inventory. In case, any other property is received, no loss will be recognized by Sarah.

**Loss to be Recognized** = **$0**

The adjusted basis of the property is determined as below:

**Adjusted Basis of Property** = Outside Basis -
Cash Received = 48,000 - 25,000 = **$23,000**

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