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Lawsuit Proceeds Were Ordinary Income: Nahey v. Commissioner

In Nahey v. Commissioner, the Tax Court held that payments received by an S corporation pursuant to the settlement of a lawsuit, the rights to which were acquired in a leveraged buy-out of a target corporation's assets, did not meet the "sale or exchange" requirement for capital gain treatment and therefore were taxable as ordinary income. ...

Neil Barr

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