Section 1202 for Pass-Through Entities: Partnership Investments in Qualifying Small Business Stock
Partnership Allocations, Holding Rules, S Corporation Conversions, Transfers to Disregarded Entities
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This course will offer tax advisers and professionals a practical guide to the rules governing IRC Section 1202 qualified small business stock (QSBS) owned by pass-through entities. The webinar will detail the gain exclusion rules of Section 1202 and the types of business entities that qualify as QSBS companies, and discuss planning opportunities for investors to structure pass-through entities to hold QSBS stock. The panel will also offer guidance on the reporting requirements and partnership allocation rules involving QSBS stock.
- Tax treatment of QSBS under Section 1202
- Meeting the requirements for gain exclusion
- QSBS rollovers under Section 1045
- Pass-through entities acquiring QSBS at original issue
- Rules specific to pass-through entities holding Section 1202 stock
- Transfers of QSBS shares allowable to maintain Section 1202 tax deferral benefits
The panel will discuss these and other relevant topics:
- What types of entities qualify--and do not qualify--for preferential treatment under Section 1202?
- What are the mechanics of the gain exclusion calculations upon the sale of Section 1202 stock?
- What are the rules and qualifications for the rollover deferral provisions under Section 1045?
- What are the requirements to achieve ordinary loss treatment on the disposition of QSBS under Section 1244?
- How can a pass-through entity benefit by holding QSBS stock?
Bryan D. Keith
Managing Director, Washington National Tax
Mr. Keith has more than 16 years of experience advising clients on corporate income tax issues, including acquisitions,... | Read More
Mr. Keith has more than 16 years of experience advising clients on corporate income tax issues, including acquisitions, dispositions, financings and corporate restructurings. He has experience in the preservation of tax net operating losses, S corporation matters and the treatment of transaction costs. Mr. Keith has written numerous articles in major tax publications on corporate tax issues.Close
Joseph C. Mandarino
Smith Gambrell & Russell
Mr. Mandarino's practice focuses on corporate, tax and finance law. He is involved with a wide variety of... | Read More
Mr. Mandarino's practice focuses on corporate, tax and finance law. He is involved with a wide variety of businesses and transactions, including experience with compliance, planning and M&A activities for partnerships, individuals and corporations. Mr. Mandarino writes and speaks extensively on a wide range of business, tax and finance topics.Close
Matthew E. Rappaport, Esq., LL.M.
Vice Managing Partner
Falcon Rappaport & Berkman
Mr. Rappaport counsels clients on technical and complex tax issues. He works closely with closely held business owners,... | Read More
Mr. Rappaport counsels clients on technical and complex tax issues. He works closely with closely held business owners, real estate investors/developers, and high net worth families. He advises clients on a wide array of issues including, generational wealth transfer, family business succession, tax structuring of mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations of business entities, windfall planning for major liquidity events, tax provisions of operating agreements, 1031 Exchanges, conversion of investment real estate, and audits hinging on the outcome of a highly technical issue.Close
Nelson D. Rodes
Frost Brown Todd
Mr. Rodes’ practice focuses on civil and criminal tax litigation matters, where he draws on his past experience... | Read More
Mr. Rodes’ practice focuses on civil and criminal tax litigation matters, where he draws on his past experience serving as a summer law clerk for the Hon. Joseph R. Goeke of the United States Tax Court. He has experience with federal, state and local tax matters. Mr. Rodes has also assisted with the formation of non-profit entities and with the tax implications of general business transactions. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Rodes worked in the National Tax Department of a Big Four accounting firm where he focused in the area of state and local transactional tax, assisting clients with the tax consequences of mergers and acquisitions and post-transactional planning.Close