Whipple Corporation exchanges several pieces of office furniture for 10 file cabinets that the Go-Along Corporation no longer needs. Go-Along also provides Whipple a pair of season tickets for the local hockey team. The file cabinets have a value of $2,500 and a basis of $3,000.;Go-Along paid $400 face value for the tickets. The office furniture has a basis of $1,250 and a value of $2,900.;What are Whipple's and Go-Along's realized and recognized gains or losses?;What are their deferred gains or losses?;What are their bases in the acquired properties?;What alternative transaction would you suggest to Whipple?
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