IRS FINALIZES REGULATIONS THAT LIMIT NONRECOGNITION ON CERTAIN OUTBOUND SECTION 367(a) TRANSFERS & OTHER OUTBOUND RULE CHANGES

U.S. persons transferring appreciated property to foreign corporations may be eligible for nonrecognition of gain using Section 351 or the corporate reorganization provisions. However, Code §367(a) and its regulations provide exceptions to nonrecognition for transfers of certain property based on the policy that it is appropriate for the U.S. to tax the gain in such items at the time they move to foreign corporate taxpayers.

Previously, foreign goodwill and going concern value were excepted from gain recognition under Code §367(a), based on legislative history that allowing such items to escape gain recognition would not adversely impact the U.S. Per more recent Treasury determinations . . .

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