Partnerships and Section 704(c)
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Prevent errors and penalties and gain a better understanding of Section 704(c) provisions.
Many tax professionals and investors in partnerships, LLCs and other entities treated as partnerships struggle with the concepts and the operating rules that apply to Section 704(c). These rules potentially apply whenever property is contributed to such an entity or are distributed from such an entity. The regulations under Section 704(c) provide a very flexible but very complicated set of rules for required allocations that apply to contributions property to or distributions property from an entity that is treated as a partnership.
This topic is designed to help the drafters of the basic operating documents for an entity treated as a partnership, including partnership agreements, operating agreements and trust agreements; the tax return preparers for such entities; and those who structure transactions using such entities, understand and work with the Section 704(c) regulations. There are various elections that are available to adopt methods of allocation under Section 704(c), as well as information on reverse allocations. Failing to have a proper understanding of these provisions can potentially result in unanticipated surprising tax consequences for partners, members and beneficiaries of partnership treated entities.
Leo N. Hitt, Reed Smith LLP
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