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C-Share

A class of mutual fund with a constant load. The load is a fee that the investor pays in order to maintain his/her investment in a mutual fund; it is designed to cover the fund's costs. A constant load, unlike a front-end or back-end load, is paid on an ongoing basis, usually annually. See also: 12b-1 fee.
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1.80% of the purchase of C stock could be treated as the purchase of control, leaving the remaining 20% as hot stock;
For example, assume that D plans to distribute its C stock solely to facilitate acquisitions by D.
With the intent and expectation of increasing the aggregate trading price of the common stock representing B1 and B2, D transferred all of the subsidiaries engaged in B2 to C, and distributed all of the C stock pro rata to its shareholders in a transaction that qualified for tax-free treatment under Sec.
adjusted basis in its C stock of $100, and the fair market
As part of a reorganization plan, D contributes B to C in exchange for C stock. After the contribution, D distributes the C stock to I.
On Date 1, Corporation A (wholly owned by B) transferred all of its assets to C in exchange for C stock. The assets transferred to C consisted of inventory, prepaid expenses, security deposits, trademarks, fixed assets, customer lists and goodwill.
One issue that the Service addressed was whether the partnership had to recognize gain on the transfer of the B and C stock to its employees when they exercised the options and SARs.
354 distribution requirement for a G reorganization was met by C's deemed distribution of G stock in exchange for B's C stock: C's transfer of the G stock to B's creditor was a constructive distribution by C of the G stock to C's shareholder B.
Under the NQSO plan, selected P employees will be offered nontransferable NQSOs to acquire C stock. The goal is to retain key employees by offering them a stake in C, whose value is directly tied to P's performance.
1, 1994, D transferred the operating assets and liabilities of the transportation division to C for stock followed immediately by a pro rata distribution of the C stock to the D shareholders.
D will also have cost basis in its C stock. Consequently, no gain will be recognized to D on its distribution of C stock to A in exchange for his D stock (Sec.
1970), the distributing corporation (D) contributed property, including real estate subject to a mortgage of $2 million taken out immediately before the transfer, to the controlled corporation (C) and distributed the C stock to the D shareholders.