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Now, if A sells the property for its FMV of ,000, A will recognize the ,000 of gain that the partnership did not recognize.Ex: Partner R has an adjusted basis of ,000 in his partnership interest.AB distributes cash of ,000 to A, and A’s ownership decreases from 50% to 30%.The distribution of ,000 is treated as a current distribution because it is not part of a series of distributions that will result in the termination of A’s interest.He receives a current distribution of ,000 cash and property 1 with an adjusted basis to the partnership of ,000 and a FMV of ,000.

The partnership then takes ,000 of the ,000 of cash and purchases property 1.After property 1 appreciates to a value of ,000, 1/2 of the property is distributed to R in the example above, along with ,000 in cash.After the distribution, all that will remain within the partnership is ,000 in cash (,000 - ,000 distributed to R).The basis of the property in A's hands will be ,000, the same basis the partnership has in the property.Before the distribution, the appreciation inherent in the asset held by the partnership was ,000 (,000-,000).

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