Quail Corporation was created in 2000 through contributions from Kasha ($900,000) and Frank ($100,000). In a transaction qualifying as a reorganization, Quail exchanges all of its assets currently valued at $1.8 million (basis of $1.2 million) for 12,000 shares of Covey Corporation stock valued at $1.7 million plus $100,000 in Covey bonds. Quail distributes the Covey stock and bonds proportionately to Frank and Kasha in exchange for their stock in Quail. Quail’s current and accumulated E & P before the reorganization amounts to $70,000.
How do Kasha and Frank treat this transaction for income tax purposes?
What is Kasha’s and Frank’s basis in their Covey stock?
How do Quail and Covey treat this transaction for income tax purposes? What is Covey’s basis in the assets it receives from Quail?
Requirements:Use the Template for Option 1 (attachment) for the Critical Thinking Assignment for this week. Clearly identify the requirement being addressed. Show or explain all calculations within the body of the submission document. This means that you must use formulas and links so that your thought process can be examined. Make good use of comments to convey your thought process as well.
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