Explanation of Subchapter S Revision Act of 1982

Public Law 97-354, signed by the President on October 19, 1982.
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Subchapter s Revision Act ofLaw and Explanation: Public LawSigned by the President on Octo on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Subchapter s Revision Act ofLaw and Explanation: Public LawSigned by the President on Octo Format: Paperback.

Shown Here:Introduced in Senate (04/01/) Subchapter S Revision Act of - Amends the Internal Revenue Code to revise the tax Explanation of Subchapter S Revision Act of 1982 book of small business corporations and their shareholders.

Divides corporations into two classes: (1) S Corporations, (formerly Subchapter S Corporations) for electing small business corporations; and (2) C Corporations, for all other corporations. SUBCHAPTER S REVISION ACT OF 95 C.

Trusts as Shareholders A trust may be an S corporation shareholder only within strict limits which include grantor trusts,16 certain nongrantor trusts,17 voting trusts,18 and qualified subchapter S trusts [QSSTs] Many commonly used trusts, including so-called. Concise explanation of the Subchapter S Revision Act of as approved by Congress on October 1, Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, © Subchapter S Revision Act ofLaw and Explanation: Public LawSigned by the President on Octo Vol Issue 45 of Standard federal tax reports: Extra edition.

The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress. 9/30/Passed Senate amended. (Measure passed Senate, amended) Subchapter S Revision Act of - Amends the Internal Revenue Code to revise the tax treatment of small business corporations and their shareholders.

Divides corporations into two classes: (1) S. Get this from a library. Subchapter S Revision Act oflaw and explanation: Public Lawsigned by the President on Octo [Commerce Clearing House.;]. The Subchapter S Revision Act of (hereinafter referred to as Act),' which generally became effective for taxable years beginning after Decem ,1 is the most comprehensive overhaul of the eligibility, election and termination provisions in the twenty-five year history of subchapter S.3 The Act makes sweeping.

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Sec. 6(a), Subchapter S Revision Act ofPub.L.96 Stat.(). This case concerns only the year ending Decem We also observe that the limitations provided in former Sec.

(c)(2) by section 2 of the Subchapter S Revision Act of were subsequently reenacted in Sec. (d)(1). An illustration of a person's head and chest. Sign up | Log in. An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine.

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These different accounts are required due to the Subchapter S Revision Act of (SSRA) and changes in corporate status. As to the latter, when a C corporation converts to S status, C year retained earnings remain on the books as "accumulated earnings and profits (AE&P)."(1).

in the Subchapter S Revision Act of (the "Revision A_ct").8 All aspects of Subchapter S corporations have been completely changed under the Revision Act. It has expanded and liberalized the definitional requirements of a Subchapter S corporation, thus making it far more desirable for a large number of small businesses.

SUMMARY In general, the Subchapter S Revision Act of is intended to simplify and modify the tax rules relating to eligibility for subchapter S status and the operation of subchapter S corporations.

This is ac-complished by removing eligibility restrictions that appear unneces. Tax litigation initiated prior to enactment of the Subchapter S Revision Act of had made abundantly clear the reluctance of the courts to find a disqualifying second class of stock when all of the corporation's outstanding shares conferred, on their face, identical rights to.

History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. Why can't these popular names easily be found in the US Code. How the US Code is built. Subchapter S Revision Act of Subchapter S Revision Act of Pub.Oct. 19,96 Stat. Short title, see 26 U.S.C. 1 note.

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The Subchapter S Revision Act of (Public Law ) significantly affects S Corporations which are subject to the Connecticut Corporation Business Tax and S Corporation shareholders who are subject to the Connecticut Capital Gains, Dividends and Interest Taxes.

S Corporations will continue to be subject to the Corporation Business Tax (imposed by section of the Connecticut General Statutes) if. Subchapter S Revision Act of Posted on February 7, by cataloging. Subchapter S Revision Act of law and explanation: Public Lawsigned by the President on Octo Chicago, Ill.: Commerce Clearing House,   H.R.

(97th). A bill to revise subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code of (relating to small business corporations). Ina database of bills in the U.S. Chapter 21 S Corporations SUMMARY OF CHAPTER The Subchapter S rules of the Internal Revenue Code have undergone significant changes since they were first introduced in Corporations qualifying under the rules basically have not been taxed.

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Amendment by Pub. 97– effective on date of enactment of Subchapter S Revision Act of [Oct. 19, ], see section (c)(4) of Pub.

97–, set out as a note under section of this title. Scrutiny of S corporation distributions. by Greenstein, Brian. Abstract- Subchapter S corporations are increasingly reducing the compensation of their shareholder/employees and are raising their dividend distributions is to take advantage of the exemption of the S corporation's taxable income and dividend distributions from Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxation.

SUBCHAPTER S CORPORATIONS AND SHAREHOLDERS UNDER THE AT RISK RULES OF SECTION Lorence L. Bravenec* EDITOR'S NOTE After this article went to press, the Subchapter S Revision Act of (referred to in the article as the Bill) was enacted. The Act changes cer tain of the rules described in the article with respect to tax treatment of.

[§] Subchapter S Revision Act Of The Subchapter S Revision Act of (SSRA), 97­, 96 Stat.was signed into law on Octo SSRA made substantial revisions in subchapter S, eliminating many of the problem areas. With the Subchapter S Revision Act ofqualifying S corporations are now treated more like partnerships and have just a few corporate characteristics.

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The main revision instituted by the Act was that items of income, gain, expense, and loss now pass through to the shareholders while retaining the same characteristic as if received by. Results indicate that while S corporations have been a steadily increasing part of the U.S.

tax code sincechanges brought about by the Subchapter S Revision Act of and the Tax Reform Act of fueled an explosive growth in their use.

Treasury Regulations are the tax regulations issued by the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS), a bureau of the United States Department of the regulations are the Treasury Department's official interpretations of the Internal Revenue Code and are one source of U.S.

"(i) after Septemand on or before the date of the enactment of this Act [Jan. 12, ], stock or securities were transferred to a small business corporation (as defined in section (b) of the Internal Revenue Code of [formerly I.R.C.

] as amended by the Subchapter S Revision Act of [Pub. 97–]) in a. importance in the business planning arena. The Subchapter S Revision Act of (SSRA),' 2. enacted on October 1,substantially altered vir-tually every tax-law aspect of S corporations, and generally became effec-tive for tax years beginning after Decem The underlying con.

The Subchapter S Revision Act ofpassed by Congress in October with little fanfare, made sweeping changes in the way these businesses are treated for tax purposes.A. An Unfinished Revision After nearly a quarter of a century of struggling with the consequences of the original version of Subchapter S, in the Congress enacted the Subchapter S Revision Act.2 In an effort to eliminate the absurd inequi­ ties that permeated that first attempt to extend conduit.