Wednesday, October 07, 2009

HOW NOT TO SET UP AND USE A FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP

A recent Tax Court Memorandum decision provides another example of how not to set up and operate an FLP. In this case, the taxpayers managed to violate Section 2036(a), and also have an indirect gift of property contributed.

Go to http://tinyurl.com/y9dfj5z for a diagramed summary of the case [click on the '+' to expand the diagram sections].

Estate of Roger D. Malkin, et al. v. Commissioner, (2009) TC Memo 2009-212
Post a Comment