If he doesn't have cash, you can distribute the receivable to him - same treatment in his individual return, but I prefer the first option for a better trail.
Finally, remaining distribution is liquidating dividend. Don't forget to prepare a 1099-DIV for year of liquidation. People come to Accountants Community for help and answers—we want to let them know that we're here to listen and share our knowledge.
The basis of the stock on which liquidation distributions are paid is reduced by the amount of the distributions.
Any amount received in excess of basis in the stock is taxable.
Finally, remaining distribution is liquidating dividend. Don't forget to prepare a 1099-DIV for year of liquidation.
Final 1120 can show a zero balance sheet.' data-inline-edit-type='wysiwyg' data-inline-edit-url='/answers/755678' id='inline_edit_answer_755678_body' There should be no further tax effect to the corporation, since the assets are worth exactly what's on the books.
All but the general partnership can also have continuity of life, centralized management and free transferability of interest, subject only to the usual practical problems of transferring interests in closely held businesses.
A number of problems have emerged, particularly for LLCs treated as disregarded entities, including a controversial decision by the IRS to treat the disregarded entity as the one responsible for payroll taxes for its employees, and questions about the status of recourse liabilities of a disregarded entity, particularly one that owns a partnership interest.
Part II discusses the principles applicable to all distributions—current and liquidating—including distinguishing between them—and the general principles for nonrecognition of gain or loss on distributions of partnership property in kind, and the effect of partnership liability shifts as part of distributions.
Part III deals with the specific tax consequences of current distributions, including the basis of distributed property, the effects on the outside basis of the distributee partner's interest of money and property distributions, and the effects on the inside basis of the partnership's assets of in-kind distributions, as well as the effects of §751 to recharacterize non-pro rata distributions by partnerships that have §751 property and other property as taxable exchanges instead of nonrecognition distributions.
In a liquidation that results in cancellation of the stock, a loss can be claimed the year the final distribution is received if total distributions are less than the taxpayer's basis.
Report liquidation distributions on Schedule D, IRS Form 1040.