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Liquidating a S-Corp that all it holds is negative

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liquidating a S-Corp that all it holds is negative investment from a pass through entity Shareholders have suspended losses that are capital (813k) and ordinary (22k) if we do a straight liquidation my client will recognize 1.1 million in income. How would the income from the S-Corp that is liquidating pass that income out on the K-1 as ordinary income? Or would it retain the characteristic from the year we ended up with the suspended losses in 2010 and pass thru ordinary income 285K and Capital 813K? Trying to figure out the tax consequences to the shareholder that doesn't have the NOL and would have a taxable transaction
JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?
Customer: The S-Corp is the general partner in a Family LP and all parties are related.
Submitted: 2 months ago.
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