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Incorporate your buisness - Cooke R.A.

Cooke R.A. Incorporate your buisness - wiley publishing, 2004. - 256 p.
ISBN 0-471-66952-0
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2. Generally, decrease the AAA by deductible losses and expenses, nondeductible expenses (other than expenses related to tax-exempt income and Federal taxes attributable to a Ñ
corporation tax year), and the sum of the shareholders' deductions for depletion for any oil or gas property held by the corporation as described in section 1367(a)(2)(E). However, if the total decreases under 2 exceeds the total increases under 1 above, the excess is a “net negative adjustment." If the corporation has a net negative adjustment, do not take it into account under 2. Instead, take it into account only under 4 below.
3. Decrease AAA (but not below zero) by property distributions (other than dividend distributions from accumulated E&P), unless the corporation elects to reduce accumulated E&P first. See Distributions below for definitions and other details.
4. Decrease AAA by any net negative adjustment. For adjustments to the AAA for redemptions, reorganizations, and corporate separations, see Regulations section 1.1368-2(d).
Note: The AAA may have a negative balance at year end. See section 1368(e).
Column (b). Other Adjustments Account
The other adjustments account is adjusted for tax-exempt income (and related expenses) and Federal taxes attributable to a Ñ corporation tax year. After these adjustments are made, the account is reduced for any distributions made during the year. See Distributions below.
Column (c). Shareholders’ Undistributed Taxable Income Previously Taxed
The shareholders' undistributed taxable income previously taxed account, also called previously taxed income (PTI), is maintained only if the corporation had a balance in this account at the start of its 2003 tax year. If there is a beginning balance for the 2003 tax year, no adjustments are made to the account except to reduce the account for distributions made under section 1375(d) (as in effect before the enactment of the Subchapter S Revision Act of 1982). See Distributions below for the order of distributions from the account.
Each shareholder's right to nontaxable distributions from PTI is personal and
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cannot be transferred to another person. The corporation is required to keep records of each shareholder's net share of PTI.
Distributions
General rule. Unless the corporation makes one of the elections described below, property distributions (including cash) are applied in the following order to reduce accounts of the S corporation that are used to figure the tax effect of distributions made by the corporation to its shareholders:
1. Reduce the AAA determined without regard to any net negative adjustment for the tax year (but not below zero). If distributions during the tax year exceed the AAA at the close of the tax year determined without regard to any net negative adjustment for the tax year, the AAA is allocated pro rata to each distribution made during the tax year. See section 1368(c).
2. Reduce shareholders' PTI account for any section 1375(d) (as in effect before 1983) distributions. A distribution from the PTI account is tax free to the extent of a shareholder's basis in his or her stock in the corporation.
3. Reduce accumulated E&P. Generally, the S corporation has accumulated E&P only if it has not distributed E&P accumulated in prior years when the S corporation was a Ñ corporation (section 1361(a)(2)). See section 312 for information on E&P. The only adjustments that can be made to the accumulated E&P of an S corporation are
(a) reductions for dividend distributions;
(b) adjustments for redemptions, liquidations, reorganizations, etc.; and (c) reductions for investment credit recapture tax for which the corporation is liable. See sections 1371(c) and (d)(3).
4. Reduce the other adjustments account.
5. Reduce any remaining shareholders’ equity accounts.
Elections relating to source of distributions. The corporation may modify the above ordering rules by making one or more of the following elections;
1. Election to distribute accumulated E&P first. If the corporation has accumulated E&P and
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wants to distribute this E&P before making distributions from the AAA. it may elect to do so with the consent of all its affected shareholders (section 1368(e)(3)(B)). This election is irrevocable and applies only for the tax year for which it is made. For details on making the election, see Statement regarding elections below.
2. Election to make a deemed dividend. If the corporation wants to distribute all or part of its accumulated E&P through a deemed dividend, it may elect to do so with the consent of all its affected shareholders (section 1368(e)(3)(B)). Under this election, the corporation will be treated as also having made the election to distribute accumulated E&P first. The amount of the deemed dividend cannot exceed the accumulated E&P at the end of the tax year, reduced by any actual distributions of accumulated E&P made during the tax year. A deemed dividend is treated as if it were a pro rata distribution of money to the shareholders, received by the shareholders, and immediately contributed back to the corporation, all on the last day of the tax year. This election is irrevocable and applies only for the tax year for which it is made. For details on making the election, see Statement regarding elections below.
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