adjusted tax basis


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Adjusted Basis

The cost of an asset after various deductions and additions such as depreciation, brokerage fees, or dividends. Tax on such an asset is calculated from the adjusted basis rather than the price that was actually paid.

adjusted tax basis

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To illustrate, if a decedent had a farm with a $10 million fair market value and a $1 million adjusted tax basis, such property would have the same $1 million tax basis in the recipient's hands.
[section] 743(d) at the time of the conversion of the grantor trust to a nongrantor trust, the partnership will have to decrease its inside adjusted tax basis from $1 million to $325,000 under I.R.C.
The adjusted tax basis used to compute the gain or loss on a sale begins with the original cost basis unless the investor acquired the shares by gift or inheritance.
Any amount exceeding the corporation's E&P is treated as a reduction in the stock's adjusted tax basis. The remaining amount is treated as gain from a sale or exchange of property.
As for the tax consequences, any capital gain or loss will be calculated as the difference between the amount of outstanding debt and the adjusted tax basis of the properly.
To illustrate, consider again the example of a building, worth between $3.5 million and $5 million, that has an adjusted tax basis of $500,000 Suppose the taxpayer was to gift title to the building to her daughter.
A limited partner may deduct his share of partnership losses (including capital loss) only to the extent of his adjusted tax basis in his partnership interest (determined at the end of the tax year, but before reduction for partnership losses for the year).
If the fair market value of such real estate assets has decreased below the developer's adjusted tax basis, the sale or transfer of such assets will generally trigger an ordinary loss to the developer.
The new method is intended to minimize the basis disparities between foreign and domestic assets that may arise when taxpayers use adjusted tax basis to value assets under the TBV method.
As a result of accelerated depreciation, Smith's adjusted tax basis is now $120,000.
108(e)(6) provides that a capital contribution in the form of debt forgiveness by a shareholder-creditor that does not involve an issuance of stock of the debtor produces COD income only to the extent the outstanding debt exceeds the contributing shareholder's adjusted tax basis in the debt.
The exact definition of an "electing investment partnership" is beyond the scope of this article, but can be broadly understood as an electing partnership that has never been engaged in a trade or business, that holds substantially all of its assets for investment, substantially all of whose contributed assets are money, and none of whose contributed assets had an adjusted tax basis in excess of FMV.