Liquidating qsss qsub
63, § 32D, if (1) it has income that would have been taxed to it for federal income tax purposes had it been treated federally as a separate S corporation or (2) it has total receipts for the taxable year, computed under the rules for combining and aggregating total receipts at 830 CMR 62.17A.1(11)(e) and (f), of million or more. Additionally, as stated in TIR 03-20, which explains St. 4, § 18, any QSUB that is not subject to the financial institution excise under G. This Directive discusses the income tax ramifications of various reorganizational options. Issue 2: Restoring the Pre-LR 99-17 Structure and Tax Treatment as Result of Downstream Merger The purpose of merging the corporate trust into its QSUB generally would be to re-establish the Massachusetts organizational structure and tax treatment that typically applied to taxpayers before LR 99-17. Additionally, a QSUB's income also continues to be taxed to its parent, if its parent is a non-S corporation parent such as a Massachusetts corporate trust or financial institution, or to its partners if it is a partnership. Before the issuance of that ruling, most of these clients operated simply as stand-alone Massachusetts S corporations. Accordingly, merging a Massachusetts corporate trust parent into its QSUB will not trigger the recognition of any taxable income to either entity or to the shareholders of the corporate trust as long as the merger qualifies as a tax-free "F" reorganization for federal income tax purposes.
Additionally, the QSUB may compute its net income on a pro rata basis. Additionally, is a final return required to be filed by the QSUB? The QSUB must file a final Form 355S to report any corporate excise it may owe for the taxable year in which the reorganization takes place. Issue 7: Unwinding Reorganizations Exemplified by LRs 01-1, 02-3, and 02-7- Downstream Merger of Partnership Parent into its QSUB Reorganizations exemplified by LRs 01-1, 02-3, and 02-7, just like a LR 99-17 type reorganization, involve, for federal income tax purposes, the restructuring of a stand-alone S corporation by converting it into a wholly owned subsidiary, a QSUB, of a federal S corporation parent.
The QSUB must compute its net income subject to tax under G. Accordingly, assuming that the reorganization takes place in a taxable year that includes March 5, 2003, the QSUB must compute its net income based solely on its own items of income, loss, deduction, and credit for the period beginning March 1 or 5, 2003, and ending on the date it ceases to exist for Massachusetts tax purposes. c.62, § 8(a), are generally taxable as resident natural persons under § 8, regardless of their treatment for federal tax purposes. How should the surviving corporate trust file a return and report income, gross receipts, property, payroll, sales and other relevant tax attributes for the taxable year in which the reorganization takes place? Rather, it will be subject to tax as a financial institution under G. subsections G and H of the Discussion section in Directive 3.