When a dental practice divorce valuation is used to divide marital property, the valuation might not apply for other purposes. That’s the conclusion reached by a federal bankruptcy court recently when deciding whether to approve a Chapter 13 restructuring plan in which the dentist would pay 22 cents on a dollar to creditors, including his ex-wife. When […]
In family law proceedings, tax consequences come into play in two different ways. First, when a spouse transfers value to the other spouse as property or alimony, they must anticipate and control the triggering and allocation of income tax liability. Secondly, taxation affects the net value of assets and income that may change hands in a divorce. Clearly, a certificate of deposit and a 401(k) account, each containing the same nominal dollar amount, must not be treated as equivalent. Chapter 6 of Frumkes & Vertz on Divorce Taxation (all new!) discusses the tax consequences of valuation and net income in divorce and support proceedings.
Schank v. Comm’r of Internal Rev., T.C. Memo. 2015-235 (2015) Terry and Paula Schank were the owners of TMS&P Holdings, LLC, a Nebraska limited liability company that elected partnership treatment for tax purposes; and Twin City Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc., a closely held C corporation, in which Terry Schank was employed full time as […]
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