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After selling S-corp stock and liquidating the assets, the shareholders still have stock basis. Is this amount deducted from the stock sale price as a capital gain on the personal return?

Rob-inTX
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George4Tacks
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Rob-inTX
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Howdy, George4Tacks!

Actually I'm a semi-retired CPA who has never had an S-Corp liquidation scenario in my private practice and just unfamiliar with all the nuances of the asset liquidation and subsequent stock sale. I've had difficulty finding definitive answers in my google searches and would greatly appreciate professional assistance. So thank you for responding!

Have a blessed evening!

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George4Tacks
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I am a semi-retired EA.  This may answer your question. https://www.fortenberrylaw.com/distributions-s-corporations/

 


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Rob-inTX
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Yes, that was very helpful! Thank you very much for your time and response!

Have a great evening!