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Question;639.#1;One of the tenets of U.S. tax policy is to encourage business development.;Which of the following Code sections does not support this tenet?;a.;Section 351, which allows entities to incorporate tax-free.;b. Section 1031, which allows the;exchange of stock of one corporation for stock of another.;c. Section 368, which allows for;tax-favorable corporate restructuring through mergers and acquisitions.;d. Section 381, which allows the target;corporation?s tax benefits to carryover to the successor corporation.;e. All of the above provisions support;the tenet.;640.#2;All of the following statements are true about corporate reorganization except;a.;Taxable amounts for shareholders are classified as a dividend or capital gain.;b. Reorganizations receive treatment;similar to corporate formations under ? 351.;c. The transfers of stock to and from;shareholders qualify for like-kind exchange treatment.;d. The value of the stock received by;the shareholder less the gain not recognized (postponed) will equal the;shareholder?s basis in the stock received.;e. All of the above statements are true.;641.#3;Which of the following statements is true concerning all types of tax-free corporate reorganizations?;a.;Assets are transferred from one corporation to another.;b. Stock is exchanged with shareholders.;c. Liabilities that are assumed when;cash is also used as consideration will be treated as boot.;d. Corporations and shareholders;involved in the reorganization may recognize gains but not losses.;e. None of the above statements is true.;642.#4;A shareholder bought 2,000 shares of Zee Corporation for $90,000 several years;ago. When the stock is valued at $200,000, Zee redeems these shares in exchange;for 6,000 shares of Yea Corporation stock. This transaction meets the;requirements of ? 368. Which of the following statements is true with regard to;this transaction?;a.;The shareholder has a recognized gain of $110,000.;b. The shareholder has a postponed gain;of $110,000.;c. The shareholder has a basis in the;Yea stock of $200,000.;d. Gain or loss cannot be determined;because the value of the Yea stock is not given.;e. None of the above statements is true.;643.#5;Bobcat Corporation redeems all of Zeb?s 4,000 shares and distributes to him;2,000 shares of Van Corporation stock plus $50,000 cash. Zeb?s basis in his 20%;interest in Bobcat is $100,000 and the stock?s value is $250,000. At the time;Bobcat is acquired by Van, the accumulated earnings and profits of Bobcat are;$200,000 and Van?s are $75,000. How does Zeb treat this transaction for tax;purposes?;a.;No gain is recognized by Zeb in this reorganization.;b. Zeb reports a $50,000 recognized;dividend.;c. Zeb reports a $50,000 recognized;capital gain.;d. Zeb reports a $40,000 recognized;dividend and a $10,000 capital gain.;e. Not enough information is available;to determine proper treatment.;644.#6;Yoko purchased 10% of Toyger Corporation?s stock six years ago for $70,000. In;a transaction qualifying as a ?Type C? reorganization, Yoko received $50,000;cash and 8% of Angora Corporation?s stock (valued at $100,000) in exchange for;her Toyger stock. Prior to the reorganization, Toyger had $200,000 accumulated;earnings and profits and Angora had $300,000. How does Yoko treat the exchange;for tax purposes?;a.;As a recognized $50,000 long-term capital gain.;b. As a $50,000 dividend.;c. As a $20,000 dividend and a $30,000;capital gain.;d. As a $30,000 dividend and a $20,000;capital gain.;e. None of the above.;645.#7;Korat Corporation and Snow Corporation enter into an acquisitive ?Type D?;reorganization. Xin currently holds a 20-year, $10,000 Snow bond paying 4%;interest. There are 8 years until the bond matures. In exchange for his Snow;bond, Xin receives an 8 year $16,000 Korat bond paying 2.5% interest. Xin;thinks this is fair because he will still receive $400 of interest each year;and both bonds mature on the same date. How does Xin treat this transaction on;his tax return?;a.;Xin recognizes no gain or loss on the exchange of bonds.;b. Xin recognizes $750 gain each year;for the next 8 years.;c. Xin recognizes $6,000 capital gain.;d. Xin recognizes $6,000 ordinary gain.;e. None of the above.;646.#8;Mars Corporation merges into Jupiter Corporation by exchanging all of its;assets for 300,000 shares of Jupiter stock valued at $2 per share and $100,000;cash. Wanda, the sole shareholder of Mars, surrenders her Mars stock (basis;$900,000) and receives all of the Jupiter stock transferred to Mars plus the;$100,000. How does Wanda treat this transaction on her tax return?;a.;Wanda recognizes a $100,000 gain. Her Jupiter stock basis is $900,000.;b. Wanda recognizes a loss of $100,000.;Her Jupiter stock basis is $800,000.;c. Wanda recognizes a $100,000 gain. Her;Jupiter stock basis is $700,000.;d. Wanda realizes a $200,000 loss of;which $100,000 is recognized. Her Jupiter stock basis is $1 million.;e. None of the above.;647.#9;Xian Corporation and Win Corporation would like to combine into one entity.;Xian exchanges 40% of its common and preferred stock plus $200,000 cash for 60%;of Win?s assets and liabilities. Win distributes the Xian stock, cash, unwanted;assets, and liabilities to its shareholders in exchange for their outstanding;stock. Win then liquidates.;a.;This restructuring will qualify as a ?Type A? statutory merger.;b. This restructuring will qualify as a;?Type B? reorganization.;c. This restructuring will qualify as a;?Type C? reorganization.;d. This restructuring will qualify as an;acquisitive ?Type D? reorganization.;e. This does not qualify as a;reorganization under ? 368.;648.#10;Racket Corporation and Laocoon Corporation create Raccoon Corporation. Racket;transfers $600,000 in assets for all of Raccoon?s common stock. Racket;distributes its remaining assets ($300,000) and the Raccoon common stock to its;shareholder, Mia, for all of her stock in Racket (basis $950,000) and then;liquidates. Laocoon receives all of the preferred stock for its $400,000 of;assets. Laocoon distributes its remaining assets ($300,000) and the Raccoon;preferred stock to its shareholder, Carlos, for all of his stock in Laocoon;(basis $200,000) and then liquidates. How will this transaction be treated for;tax purposes?;a.;This qualifies as a ?Type A? reorganization. Mia recognizes no gain or loss;but Carlos recognizes $300,000 gain.;b. This qualifies as a ?Type C? reorganization.;Mia and Carlos recognize $300,000 gain, to the extent of the boot.;c. This qualifies as a ?Type D?;reorganization. Neither Mia nor Carlos recognizes a gain or loss.;d. This is a taxable transaction. Mia;recognizes $50,000 loss and Carlos recognizes $500,000 gain.;e. None of the above.;649.#11;Manx Corporation transfers 40% of its stock and $50,000 in cash to Somali;Corporation for $500,000 of assets and all $200,000 of its liabilities. Somali;exchanges the Manx stock, cash, and its remaining $100,000 of assets with its;shareholders for all of their stock in Somali. After the exchange, Somali;liquidates. The exchange qualifies as what type of transaction?;a.;?Type A? reorganization.;b. ?Type B? reorganization.;c. ?Type C? reorganization.;d. Acquisitive ?Type D? reorganization.;e. A taxable exchange.;650.#12;Which of the following statements is true;regarding a ?Type A? reorganization?;a.;At least 80% of the acquiring corporation?s consideration must be voting stock;but the other 20% can be cash or preferred stock.;b. The target shareholders must receive;a proprietary interest in the acquiring corporation. This means that target;shareholders must receive at least 40% of acquiring?s stock.;c. Substantially all of the target?s;assets must be transferred to the acquiring corporation. This means at least;90% of the net asset value.;d. Assumption of all liabilities for a;?Type A? reorganization includes unknown and contingent liabilities.;e. None of the above statements is true.;651.#13;Ocelot Corporation is merging into Tiger Corporation under state law;requirements. Ocelot transfers $300,000 of assets to Tiger in exchange for;30,000 shares and $200,000 in cash. Ocelot transfers the Tiger stock, $200,000;cash, and all of its liabilities ($50,000) to its shareholder, Van, in exchange;for all of his Ocelot stock (basis $100,000). Ocelot then liquidates. How will;this transaction be treated for tax purposes?;a.;Since this qualifies as a ?Type A? reorganization, Van recognizes no gain.;b. Since this qualifies as a ?Type C?;reorganization, Van recognizes a $200,000 gain.;c. Since this qualifies as a ?Type A?;reorganization, Van recognizes a $150,000 gain.;d. Since this does notqualify as a reorganization, Van recognizes a $350,000;gain.;e. None of the above.;652.#14;Red Corporation redeems all of its common and preferred stock. Red then;exchanges this redeemed stock with Blue Corporation for 40% of Blue?s voting;common stock. The Blue stock is distributed to the Red shareholders. After the;transaction, both Red and Blue corporations still exist. The former Red;shareholders are now shareholders of Blue. This transaction qualifies as a(n);a.;?Type A? reorganization.;b. ?Type B? reorganization.;c. ?Type C? reorganization.;d. Acquisitive ?Type D? reorganization.;e. Taxable event.;653.#15;Which of the following statements regarding ?Type B? reorganizations is true?;a.;Since a parent-subsidiary relationship is created, the tax attribute carryover;limitations are problematic.;b. The acquisition of liabilities can;cause problems when the liabilities of the target are greater than 20% of the;total consideration and the acquiring owned target stock prior to the ?Type B?;reorganization.;c. The acquisition of common and;preferred target stock by the acquiring can be directly from the shareholders;or from the target corporation.;d. The acquiring corporation must;distribute the target stock it obtains to its shareholders. The acquiring;shareholders do not always have to turn in acquiring stock in exchange for the;target stock.;e. All of the above statements are true.;654.#16;Siamese Corporation purchased 25% of Persian Corporation 8 years ago for;$250,000. Siamese now wants to acquire the remaining 75% of the Persian stock.;Siamese acquires 70% of Persian?s stock (worth $900,000) by exchanging its;common voting stock with the shareholders of Persian. Since 5% of the Persian;shareholders are not interested in being common shareholders of Siamese, they;retain their shares. This transaction qualifies as what type of reorganization?;a.;?Type A? reorganization.;b. ?Type B? reorganization.;c. ?Type C? reorganization.;d. Acquisitive ?Type D? reorganization.;e. A taxable exchange.;655.#17;GreenCo transfers $400,000 of its common voting stock and $50,000 cash to;CurryCo in exchange for 80% of CurryCo?s assets. CurryCo uses all of its;remaining assets and the cash received from GreenCo to pay its liabilities.;CurryCo then distributes the GreenCo stock to its shareholders in exchange for;all of their shares of CurryCo. Lastly, CurryCo liquidates. This restructuring;qualifies as a;a.;?Type A? reorganization.;b. ?Type B? reorganization.;c. ?Type C? reorganization.;d. ?Type D? reorganization.;e. Taxable exchange.;656.#18;Ula purchased stock in Purple, Inc., 6 years ago for $150,000. Purple has;assets with a value of $180,000 (basis of $75,000) and liabilities of $25,000.;Purple transfers most of its assets and all of its liabilities to White;Corporation in exchange for $140,000 of White common stock. Purple distributes;the White stock and its remaining $15,000 cash to Ula in exchange for all of her;Purple stock. Purple then liquidates. How will this transaction be treated for;tax purposes?;a.;Ula recognizes a $5,000 gain on the reorganization.;b. Ula recognizes a $15,000 gain on the;reorganization.;c. Ula recognizes a $15,000 gain and;Purple recognizes a $25,000 gain on the reorganization.;d. Purple recognizes a $40,000 gain on;the reorganization.;e. None of the above.;657.#19;The Long Corporation has $500,000 of assets (basis of $350,000) and liabilities;of $125,000. ShortCo acquires Long?s assets and $100,000 of liabilities by;exchanging $400,000 of its voting stock. Long distributes the ShortCo stock and;remaining liabilities to its shareholder in exchange for her Long stock (basis;of $275,000) and then it liquidates. Which, if any, of the following statements;is correct?;a.;This restructuring qualifies as a ?Type A? reorganization with no recognized;gains or losses.;b. This restructuring qualifies as a;?Type C? reorganization with no recognized gains or losses.;c. This qualifies as either a ?Type A?;or ?Type C? and the shareholder has a $25,000 recognized gain.;d. The restructuring is taxable because;liabilities cannot be distributed to shareholders in a tax-free reorganization.;e. None of the above statements is;correct.;658.#20;North Corporation acquires 90% of South?s assets (basis of $700,000) by;exchanging $600,000 of its voting stock and assuming $300,000 of South?s;liabilities. South distributes North stock, its remaining $100,000 in assets;and associated $40,000 in liabilities to its shareholder in exchange for his;South stock (basis of $500,000). South then liquidates. How will this;transaction be treated for tax purposes?;a.;As a ?Type A? reorganization and South recognizes $100,000 of gain.;b. As a ?Type A? reorganization and;South recognizes $60,000 of gain.;c. As a ?Type C? reorganization and the;shareholder recognizes $60,000 of gain.;d. As a ?Type C? reorganization and the;shareholder recognizes $100,000 of gain.;e. As a taxable transaction.;659.#21;Rabbit Corporation and Fox Corporation would like to merge into one company.;Rabbit?s only asset is a nontransferable chemical process that has a value of;$300,000 and Rabbit has liabilities of $100,000. Fox has the manufacturing;plant and experience in the production of Rabbit?s chemical process. Its;manufacturing plant has a value of $900,000 with a mortgage of $200,000. Which;type of reorganization would be the most appropriate for Rabbit and Fox?;a.;?Type A? consolidation reorganization.;b. ?Type B? reorganization.;c. ?Type C? reorganization.;d. Acquisitive ?Type D? reorganization.;e. None of the above is appropriate.;660.#22;In which type of divisive corporate reorganization do the shareholders receive;stock in another corporation without relinquishing any of their stock in the;original corporation?;a.;?Type A? consolidation reorganization.;b. ?Type D? split-up reorganization.;c. ?Type D? split-off reorganization.;d. ?Type D? spin-up reorganization.;e. Some other type of reorganization.;661.#23;Dirty Corporation has owned two chemical manufacturing facilities for the last;20 years. One facility is located in Oklahoma while the other is in Oregon.;There have been some environmental investigations at the Oregon facility.;Therefore, Dirty creates a new corporation, called Clean, and places the assets;of the Oregon plant into Clean in exchange for all of Clean?s stock. Dirty;distributes this stock proportionately to its shareholders in exchange for 40%;of their Dirty stock. How will this transaction be treated for tax purposes?;a.;As a split-up ?Type D? reorganization.;b. As a split-off ?Type D?;reorganization.;c. As a spin-off ?Type D?;reorganization.;d. This transaction does not qualify as;a reorganization, because Dirty does not have two active lines of business.;e. None of the above.;662.#24;Contra Corporation is owned 50% by Terry and 50% by Sammy. Due to news articles;damaging Contra?s reputation, Terry and Sammy decide to liquidate Contra, which;has been in existence for 4 years. They create Alpha and Beta Corporations to;receive all of the manufacturing assets of Contra?s two picture frame plants.;Alpha receives the urban plant manufacturing assets and Beta receives the;country manufacturing plant. Terry receives 60% Alpha stock and 40% of the Beta;stock and Sammy receives 40% Alpha stock and 60% of the Beta stock. Terry and;Sammy turn in their Contra stock and Contra then liquidates. Assuming all other;requirements are met, how will this transaction be treated for tax purposes?;a.;As a taxable transaction.;b. As a ?Type A? deconsolidation.;c. As a ?Type D? split-off;reorganization.;d. As a ?Type D? split-up;reorganization.;e. None of the above.;663.#25;Vintage Corporation has four shareholders: Robin, Quinton, Paula, and Orvil.;Paula and Orvil started the business 10 years ago, and Robin and Quinton bought;their stock 6 years ago. Vintage?s historical business is buying and selling;antiques. When Robin and Quinton joined Vintage, it added a new business;trading in collectibles.;Lately, there has been a disagreement about the future of Vintage. Orvil and;Quinton are not interested in collectibles, but Robin and Paula enjoy this part;of the business. To resolve this issue, Paula suggests that two new;corporations be created, Antique and Collectible. Antique would receive all of;the assets of the antique part of the business, and Collectible would receive;all of the assets of the collecting part of Vintage. All of the stock of these;two corporations would be received by Vintage and distributed to the;appropriate shareholders. Vintage would then terminate.;a.;The transaction qualifies as a spin-off ?Type D? reorganization.;b. The transaction qualifies as a;split-off ?Type D? reorganization.;c. The transaction qualifies as a;split-up ?Type D? reorganization.;d. The transaction is taxable.;e. None of the above.;664.#26;ScottishCo is owned by Gordon Bryson and his four nieces and nephews. Gordon;owns all the voting stock. He wants to relinquish control, accordingly;ScottishCo redeems all of Gordon?s voting common stock and issues him preferred;stock and $50,000 in bonds. The nonvoting preferred shares owned by the nieces;and nephew are exchanged for voting common stock. Which of the following;statements is correct?;a.;None of this transaction is taxable because it qualifies as a ?Type E?;reorganization.;b. The exchange of common for preferred;is not taxable but the exchange of preferred stock for common stock is taxable.;c. The exchange of common stock for a;bond is taxable.;d. All of these transactions are;taxable.;e. None of the above statements is;correct.;665.#27;Qadira exchanges 40% of her common stock for 80% of newly issued preferred;stock in the Pinto Corporation. There was no Pinto preferred stock previously;outstanding, and Qadira received only stock. The other 20% of the preferred;stock was received by another shareholder, solely in exchange for 10% of his;common stock in Pinto. How is this transaction treated for tax purposes?;a.;This is a taxable transaction.;b. This transaction qualifies as a ?Type;E? reorganization.;c. This transaction qualifies as a ?Type;B? reorganization.;d. This transaction qualifies as;like-kind exchange.;e. None of the above.;666.#28;Western, Inc. is a corporation located in California. In June of the current;year, Western moves to Georgia and changes its name to Southern Corporation.;Its sole shareholder, Dharma, exchanges all of her stock in Western and;receives all of the stock in Southern.;a.;This transaction qualifies as a ?Type F? reorganization.;b. This transaction qualifies as a ?Type;E? reorganization.;c. This move has no tax significance for;Federal purposes.;d. This is treated as a liquidation of;Western and incorporation of Southern. Thus, gain can be recognized on the;liquidation of Western.;e. None of the above.;667.#29;Loser Corporation has outstanding bonds of $800,000 and assets valued at;$600,000. It also has a $200,000 NOL and capital loss carryovers of $160,000.;Loser is solely owed by Dai Won. Loser is restructured and the successor;company is LouderCo. Which of the following statements is false?;a.;This transaction qualifies as a ?Type G? reorganization.;b. LouderCo can utilize the full amount;of Loser?s NOL and capital loss carryover, if it elects to reduce the basis in;the transferred depreciable assets by the amount of the debt relief it;receives.;c. Dai Won must receive a controlling;interest in LouderCo for the restructuring to qualify as a tax-free;reorganization.;d. The bondholders of Loser become;shareholders of LouderCo.;e. All of the above statements are true.;668.#30;In which type of reorganization could bonds and other liabilities be exchanged;for stock and not be treated as boot?;a.;A ?Type G? reorganization.;b. A ?Type E? reorganization.;c. An acquisitive ?Type D?;reorganization.;d. A ?Type A? consolidation.;e. None of the above.;669.#31;Burmese Corporation is interested in acquiring Javanese Corporation by;transferring 30% of its stock for all of Javanese?s assets valued at $500,000;(basis of $150,000) and its $200,000 of liabilities. Javanese has created;$50,000 in general business research credits which it cannot use. Javanese;concentrates on pharmaceutical research whereas Burmese manufactures sun;glasses. Burmese uses a discount factor of 8% and the Federal applicable rate;is 4%. Javanese will terminate after the restructuring. How will this transaction;be treated for tax purposes?;a.;Since Javanese has liabilities in excess of its basis, this excess will be;taxable to Javanese.;b. The most that Burmese can use of the;general business credits in any year is $4,200.;c. This transaction could qualify as a;?Type A? or a ?Type C? reorganization.;d. All of the above.;e. None of the above.;670.#32;Which of the following statements is false?;a.;A ?Type B? reorganization is most likely to run afoul of the continuity of;interest doctrine because the target remains a separate corporation.;b. Liabilities are problematic for ?Type;A? and ?Type C? reorganizations.;c. The step transaction doctrine can be;problematic in acquisitive ?Type D? and ?Type C? reorganizations.;d. ?Type E? and ?Type F? are not likely;to be subject to the ? 382 limitation.;e. All of the statements are true.;671.#33;Sweet Corporation is in the candy business and sells most of its products in;Europe. Lucky Corporation manufactures horse shoes for domestic consumption.;Lucky would like to acquire Sweet Corporation because Sweet has large built-in;losses in its business assets and foreign tax credit carryovers. To benefit;from the built-in ordinary losses, Lucky will sell most of Sweet?s business;assets upon completion of the reorganization. Those assets with built-in gains;will be distributed proportionately before the reorganization to Sweet?s;shareholders in exchange for 60% of their stock. All of the Sweet shareholders;will receive Lucky stock for their remaining shares in Sweet.;Which of the following statements is false?;a.;The step transaction can be applied to this transaction.;b. The continuity of business enterprise;test is failed.;c. There is no sound business purpose;for this restructuring.;d. Continuity of interest does not exist;for the Sweet shareholders.;e. All of the above statements are true.;672.#34;Which of the following is not a requirement for receiving tax-free treatment;for a corporate reorganization?;a.;The step transaction doctrine should apply.;b. The continuity of business enterprise;test must be met.;c. There must be a sound business;purpose for the restructuring.;d. There must be a plan of;reorganization.;e. All of the above are requirements.;673.#35;Burl Corporation has assets with a value of $500,000 (basis of $300,000) and;liabilities of $350,000. Wood Corporation is considering merging with Burl by;exchanging 30% of its voting stock and $50,000 cash for Burl.;a.;This restructuring can qualify as a ?Type A? merger only if Wood acquires all;of Burl?s assets and liabilities.;b. This restructuring can qualify as a;?Type B? only if Wood acquires substantially all of Burl?s assets.;c. This restructuring can qualify as a;?Type C? only if Wood acquires none of Burl?s liabilities.;d. This restructuring cannot qualify as;a tax-free reorganization for Burl because its liabilities are in excess of the;basis of its assets.;e. None of the above.;674.#36;Weaver Corporation has net assets valued at $800,000 and an NOL of $250,000. On;September 30 of the current year, Weaver is acquired by Loom Corporation, a;calendar year taxpayer, in a restructuring qualifying as a tax-free;reorganization. Weaver shareholders receive 30% of Loom?s shares in exchange;for all of their Weaver stock. Assuming that the Federal long-term tax-exempt;rate is 8%, what is the maximum amount of Weaver?s NOL available to Loom in the;current year?;a.;$250,000.;b. $240,000.;c. $75,000.;d. $64,000.;e. None of the above.;675.#37;Heart Corporation has net assets valued at $1 million and an NOL of $250,000.;On December 31 of last year, Heart is acquired by Brain Corporation, a calendar;year taxpayer, in a restructuring qualifying as a tax-free reorganization.;Heart shareholders receive 45% of Brain?s shares in exchange for all of the;Heart stock. Assuming that the Federal long-term tax-exempt rate is 5% and;Brain?s discount factor is 10%, what is the maximum amount that Brain can use;of Heart?s NOL this year?;a.;$12,500.;b. $80,000.;c. $100,000.;d. $250,000.;e. None of the above.;676.#38;YesCo acquired NoCo on January 1 of this year for $1 million when the Federal;long-term tax-exempt rate was 3%. Two of the tax attributes that YesCo found;appealing are NoCo?s NOL of $500,000 and its negative E & P of $300,000.;Before applying any of NoCo?s tax benefits, YesCo has taxable income of $35,000;and E & P of $350,000. YesCo pays a dividend of $100,000 to its shareholders.;How much of this dividend is taxable?;a.;$5,000 is taxable.;b. $50,000 is taxable.;c. $55,000 is taxable.;d. $100,000 is taxable.;e. None of the above.;677.#39;Miro Corporation exchanged 10% of its stock with Lobo shareholders for all of;the Lobo stock outstanding. At the time of the acquisition by Miro, the fair;market value of Lobo was $1.5 million, and the Federal long-term tax-exempt;rate was 5%. In the current year, Miro has $600,000 of taxable income. Lobo has;excess credits from prior years amounting to $40,000. What is Miro?s Federal;income tax for the year, if it is in the 34% tax bracket?;a.;$204,000.;b. $178,000.;c. $96,000.;d. $55,000.;e. $27,540.;678.#40;Which of the following statements is false regarding the tax benefits from a;loss corporation?s carryovers that are taken in the current year?;a.;The ? 382 yearly limitation is applied first to the loss carryovers (built-in;loss, capital loss, or NOL) and then the credits (foreign, business, or minimum;tax).;b. The ? 382 yearly limitation;determines the maximum benefit that the successor corporation can obtain in one;year from all tax credits and loss carryovers for the year.;c. In addition to the ? 382 yearly;limitation, a year-of-transfer limitation may also apply.;d. The IRS can disallow tax benefits;carryovers when ? 269 applies.;e. All of the above statements are true.


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