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Alternatively, an eligible C corporation may generally elect to be taxed as an S corporation in any year after its formation.
If an S election is terminated, the corporation and any successor corporation could not elect to be taxed as an S corporation for five years, without the consent of taxing authorities.
The amount subject to the built-in gains tax is generally reduced by any loss recognized on a disposition of an asset held by the C corporation, to the extent the C corporation had a built-in loss in the asset.
Net operating losses inherited from a C corporation can generally also be used to reduce the amount subject to the built-in gains tax.
An S corporation is generally not subject to entity-level tax.
Instead, items of income and loss pass through to the S corporation’s shareholders, based on their respective ownership interests.
An S corporation that was previously taxed as a C corporation, or that received assets from a C corporation in a carryover-basis transaction, can be subject to the built-in gains tax.
Overview of S Corporation Taxation A corporation can be taxed as an S corporation if it satisfies certain requirements.
S corporation shareholders who sell S corporation stock can elect (generally, with the purchaser’s consent) to treat the sale of stock as a sale of assets for federal income tax purposes.
In that case, for federal income tax purposes, the S corporation would be treated as if it (1) sold all of its assets to a new corporation, and (2) made a liquidating distribution of the consideration to its shareholders.
19, 2014, extended the five-year reduced recognition period to tax years beginning in 2014.
However, once again, because the law was enacted at the end of 2014, S corporations with built-in gains endured an uncertain planning environment for nearly all of 2014.