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10-May-2014 21:21

However, the IRS has stated that a shareholder that assumes such a liability will receive capital loss treatment when the liability is ultimately paid by the shareholder (Rev. The corporation recognizes gain or loss for the receivable when it distributes the receivable to the shareholder.The shareholder does not recognize and report additional income as it collects the receivable because the shareholder has already included this amount in its gain or loss computation when it received the liquidating distribution. The full amount (100%) of all distributions made after basis has been recovered are recognized as gain.With respect to additional liquidating distributions, Delaware law requires that we pay or make provision to pay all of our liabilities and obligations, including contingent and conditional liabilities, claims that are subject to pending litigation involving the Company and certain claims that have not arisen or are unknown but that are likely to arise or become known in the future.Uncertainties as to the amount of liabilities make it impossible to predict precisely amounts that will ultimately be available for distribution. 331, a liquidating distribution is considered to be full payment in exchange for the shareholder’s stock, rather than a dividend distribution, to the extent of the corporation’s earnings and profits (E&P).

The Company’s principal non-cash assets consist of its investment in FA Technology Ventures, L. The Company plans make additional distributions at such times as is deemed appropriate, depending upon facts and circumstances existing at the time.

Instead, the liability reduces the amount realized by the shareholder.

If the property distributed is worth less than the amount of the liability itself, the FMV of the property is treated as no less than the amount of the liability (Sec. The assumption of a contingent or unknown liability is disregarded in determining the property’s FMV. A corporation, whether it uses the cash or accrual basis, may have earned income that it has not collected before the liquidation takes place.

These activities will include, for example: On March 1, 2016, the Company's Board of Directors declared an interim liquidating distribution of

The Company’s principal non-cash assets consist of its investment in FA Technology Ventures, L. The Company plans make additional distributions at such times as is deemed appropriate, depending upon facts and circumstances existing at the time.

Instead, the liability reduces the amount realized by the shareholder.

If the property distributed is worth less than the amount of the liability itself, the FMV of the property is treated as no less than the amount of the liability (Sec. The assumption of a contingent or unknown liability is disregarded in determining the property’s FMV. A corporation, whether it uses the cash or accrual basis, may have earned income that it has not collected before the liquidation takes place.

These activities will include, for example: On March 1, 2016, the Company's Board of Directors declared an interim liquidating distribution of $1.82 per share (approximately $11.3 million in the aggregate) to our stockholders of record as of March 15, 2016.

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The Company’s principal non-cash assets consist of its investment in FA Technology Ventures, L. The Company plans make additional distributions at such times as is deemed appropriate, depending upon facts and circumstances existing at the time.Instead, the liability reduces the amount realized by the shareholder.If the property distributed is worth less than the amount of the liability itself, the FMV of the property is treated as no less than the amount of the liability (Sec. The assumption of a contingent or unknown liability is disregarded in determining the property’s FMV. A corporation, whether it uses the cash or accrual basis, may have earned income that it has not collected before the liquidation takes place.These activities will include, for example: On March 1, 2016, the Company's Board of Directors declared an interim liquidating distribution of $1.82 per share (approximately $11.3 million in the aggregate) to our stockholders of record as of March 15, 2016.

.82 per share (approximately .3 million in the aggregate) to our stockholders of record as of March 15, 2016.

The Company expects such interim liquidating distribution to be paid on or about March 22, 2016.

But if the amount of the receivable that the shareholder ultimately collects differs from the amount that the corporation distributed, the shareholder recognizes gain or loss for the differences in the amounts reported and collected. Observation: The current reduction of the maximum tax rate on capital gains and on qualifying dividends to 15% through 2012 somewhat mitigates the traditional preference for a sale or exchange transaction (e.g., a Sec. However, under current law, distributions made after 2012 will be taxed at higher capital gain and dividend rates.