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Living With Transparency, Robert D. Probasco Nov 2008

Living With Transparency, Robert D. Probasco

Robert Probasco

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Determining The Character Of Section 357(C) Gain, Fred B. Brown Oct 2008

Determining The Character Of Section 357(C) Gain, Fred B. Brown

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Under section 351, a person transferring property to a controlled corporation generally recognizes no gain or loss on the transaction. An exception to tax-free treatment is contained in section 357(c), which generally provides that a transferor in a section 351 transaction recognizes gain to the extent that any liabilities assumed by the corporation on the transfer exceed the transferor's aggregate adjusted basis in the assets transferred. An issue under section 357(c) is whether the recognized gain should be capital gain or ordinary income. The statute suggests that the character of section 357(c) gain should be based ...


Retention Requirements For Tax Records, Robert D. Probasco Jan 2008

Retention Requirements For Tax Records, Robert D. Probasco

Robert Probasco

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Tax Equity, Anthony C. Infanti Jan 2008

Tax Equity, Anthony C. Infanti

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Simply put, this article stands the traditional concept of tax equity on its head. Challenging the notion that tax equity is an unequivocal good, this article deconstructs the concept of tax equity to reveal the subtle, yet pernicious ways in which it shapes tax policy debates and impinges upon contributions to those debates. The article describes how tax equity, with its narrow focus on income - as the sole relevant metric for judging tax fairness, presupposes a population that is homogeneous along all other lines. Through this insidious homogenization, tax equity performs both a sanitizing and a screening function in the ...