S Corporations

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CHAPTER 12

S CORPORATIONS

SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM MATERIALS

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|Question/ | | | |Present | |in Prior |
|Problem | |Topic | |Edition | |Edition |
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|1 | |Partnerships versus S corporations | |New | |
|2 | |Restrictions | |New | |
|3 | |S election versus LLC | |Unchanged |1 |
|4 | |Use of a qualified Subchapter S subsidiary | |Unchanged |3 |
|5 | |Reelection after termination | |Unchanged |4 |
|6 | |Passive investment income | |Unchanged |5 |
|7 | |Schedule M | |Unchanged |18 |
|8 | |AAA bypass election | |Unchanged |7 |
|9 | |AAA versus stock basis | |Unchanged |8 |
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