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Because the partnership is not a separate tax entity, any gains or losses pass through to the partners when the partnership liquidates.
Liquidating distributions might generate capital gains, ordinary income, a loss or no effect at all.
Despite the tax advantages, investors who receive liquidation dividends often find that they do not cover their initial investment.
Distribution source and shareholders' basis for their corporate investment determine the tax consequences of distributions from S corporations.
The amount of the tax basis determines the tax treatment of such items as flow-through losses and corporate distributions.
The partnership just assumes the same basis as the partner.
If the partnership disposes of the property at liquidation, that partner must recognize the gain or loss as if he had sold it himself rather than having the gain or loss allocated among all the partners.
The partner transfers his basis in the partnership to the property after accounting for any cash, receivables and inventory.
So if a partner had a basis of ,000 in the partnership and received a liquidating distribution of ,000 cash and a plot of land worth ,000 he would allocate his remaining ,000 of basis to the land.
Partnerships don’t pay tax as an entity but pass a share of their income and deductions along to each partner.