Partnership liquidating distributions property

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If the transfer of money or other consideration from the partnership to the partner occurs after the transfer of property to the partnership; the partner and the partnership are treated as if, on the date of the sale, the partnership transferred to the partner an obligation to transfer to the partner money or other consideration.

If a person purports to transfer property to a partnership in a capacity as a partner, the rules of this section apply for purposes of determining whether the property was transferred in a disguised sale, even if it is determined after the application of the rules of this section that such person is not a partner.

Assume that, under this section, the partnership's transfer of cash to A is treated as part of a sale of property X to the partnership.

Because the amount of cash A receives on April 9, 1992, does not equal the fair market value of the property, A is considered to have sold a portion of property X with a value of ,000,000 to the partnership in exchange for the cash.

The partnership agreement provides that upon completing construction of the building the partnership will distribute 0,000 to C.This section and §§ 1.707-4 through 1.707-9 apply to contributions and distributions of property described in section 707(a)(2)(A) and transfers described in section 707(a)(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code.A transfers property X to partnership AB on April 9, 1992, in exchange for an interest in the partnership.Accordingly, A must recognize ,100,000 of gain (,000,000 amount realized less 0,000 adjusted tax basis (

The partnership agreement provides that upon completing construction of the building the partnership will distribute $900,000 to C.

This section and §§ 1.707-4 through 1.707-9 apply to contributions and distributions of property described in section 707(a)(2)(A) and transfers described in section 707(a)(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code.

A transfers property X to partnership AB on April 9, 1992, in exchange for an interest in the partnership.

Accordingly, A must recognize $2,100,000 of gain ($3,000,000 amount realized less $900,000 adjusted tax basis ($1,200,000 multiplied by $3,000,000/$4,000,000)).

Assuming A receives no other transfers that are treated as consideration for the sale of the property under this section, A is considered to have contributed to the partnership, in A's capacity as a partner, $1,000,000 of the fair market value of the property with an adjusted tax basis of $300,000.

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The partnership agreement provides that upon completing construction of the building the partnership will distribute $900,000 to C.This section and §§ 1.707-4 through 1.707-9 apply to contributions and distributions of property described in section 707(a)(2)(A) and transfers described in section 707(a)(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code.A transfers property X to partnership AB on April 9, 1992, in exchange for an interest in the partnership.Accordingly, A must recognize $2,100,000 of gain ($3,000,000 amount realized less $900,000 adjusted tax basis ($1,200,000 multiplied by $3,000,000/$4,000,000)).Assuming A receives no other transfers that are treated as consideration for the sale of the property under this section, A is considered to have contributed to the partnership, in A's capacity as a partner, $1,000,000 of the fair market value of the property with an adjusted tax basis of $300,000.

,200,000 multiplied by ,000,000/,000,000)).Assuming A receives no other transfers that are treated as consideration for the sale of the property under this section, A is considered to have contributed to the partnership, in A's capacity as a partner,

The partnership agreement provides that upon completing construction of the building the partnership will distribute $900,000 to C.

This section and §§ 1.707-4 through 1.707-9 apply to contributions and distributions of property described in section 707(a)(2)(A) and transfers described in section 707(a)(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code.

A transfers property X to partnership AB on April 9, 1992, in exchange for an interest in the partnership.

Accordingly, A must recognize $2,100,000 of gain ($3,000,000 amount realized less $900,000 adjusted tax basis ($1,200,000 multiplied by $3,000,000/$4,000,000)).

Assuming A receives no other transfers that are treated as consideration for the sale of the property under this section, A is considered to have contributed to the partnership, in A's capacity as a partner, $1,000,000 of the fair market value of the property with an adjusted tax basis of $300,000.

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The partnership agreement provides that upon completing construction of the building the partnership will distribute $900,000 to C.This section and §§ 1.707-4 through 1.707-9 apply to contributions and distributions of property described in section 707(a)(2)(A) and transfers described in section 707(a)(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code.A transfers property X to partnership AB on April 9, 1992, in exchange for an interest in the partnership.Accordingly, A must recognize $2,100,000 of gain ($3,000,000 amount realized less $900,000 adjusted tax basis ($1,200,000 multiplied by $3,000,000/$4,000,000)).Assuming A receives no other transfers that are treated as consideration for the sale of the property under this section, A is considered to have contributed to the partnership, in A's capacity as a partner, $1,000,000 of the fair market value of the property with an adjusted tax basis of $300,000.

,000,000 of the fair market value of the property with an adjusted tax basis of 0,000.

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except that the $3,000,000 is transferred to A one year after A's transfer of property X to the partnership.

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