Related party rules are factors that often affect characteristics of income and deductions like the timing or character and may even prevent losses and deductions completely. This class will provide a basic overview of the assortment of Internal Revenue Code provisions that make up related parties and rules applicable to these issues. Over the years Congress has instituted various measures to safeguard from related party manipulations. The effect of ascertaining certain taxpayers as “related” may cause a transaction to achieve federal income tax consequences substantially different than a transaction accomplished by parties that are not related. Because the core definition of “related parties,” as found in IRC Section 267, is frequently cross-referenced by other sections throughout the Internal Revenue Code, an analysis of this definition is paramount in determining the impact of other sections, as well
Related Parties under IRC Section 267. Related Parties under IRC Section 707. Related Parties under IRC Section 1239.
CPAs and other tax professionals.
Analyze IRC Section 267. Constructive Ownership of Stock under Section 318. Related Party Loans. Section 707 and related partnership issues. Section 1239 gain from depreciable property. Matching Expense Deductions. Sale or Property at a Loss. Section 179 Issues. Examine Installment sale rules with related parties. Section 280A rental issues.
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- A J Reynolds, Western CPE
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