Contribution of S Corporation Stock to Disregarded Limited Partnership Did Not Terminate S Election
Harvey, Carol Kulish
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An S corporation’s sole shareholder transferred all of his stock shares to two newly formed, wholly owned disregarded LLCs. The LLCs then transferred the stock shares to a newly formed state limited partnership that the two LLCs owned. The IRS ruled that the stock transfers did not terminate the S corporation election.