C-Share

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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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80% of the purchase of C stock could be treated as the purchase of control, leaving the remaining 20% as hot stock;
All of the C stock could be treated as hot stock; or
adjusted basis in its C stock of $100, and the fair market
Is D taxed under section 355(e) on the gain in both its S stock and its C stock, or only on the gain in its S stock?
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.
Based on that advice, D distributed all of the C stock to its shareholders on a pro-rata basis.
After the contribution, D distributes the C stock to I.
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.
1202 only applies to C stock, it is a factor in deciding between C or S status.
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.
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.