The PFIC Income Test is determined by taking into account all gross income of the Tested Foreign Corporation for its taxable year.The PFIC Asset Test is determined by taking into account the average quarterly value of the assets of the Tested Foreign Corporation, as measured on the last date of each quarter of the corporation's taxable year.
"Passive income" means, for these purposes, "any income which is of a kind which would be foreign personal holding company income as defined in  954(c)." The PFIC rules, however, exclude from the definition of "passive income" certain income earned in the active conduct of a banking business or insurance business.Under 1297(c), a look-through provision treats a foreign corporation that owns at least 25% by value of the stock of another corporation as owning its proportionate share of the assets and of the income of the other corporation. shareholder of a PFIC may be subject to one of three alternative taxing regimes: the Excess Distribution regime, the Qualified Electing Fund (QEF) regime, or the 1296 Mark-to-Market (MTM) regime.The PFIC regime is increasingly becoming relevant as to many different provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, including (1) qualifying dividend income as described under 1(h)(11); (2) related person deductions under 267(a)(3)(B); (3) the application of grantor trust rules under 672(f); and (4) the constructive ownership rules of 1260.Additionally, several legislative proposals aim at increasing information reporting requirements relating to PFIC interests.You could have exclusive access to the facility for the entire day. Make your grand entrance into the theatre and then exchange vows on the historic Hippodrome Theatre stage in a star-studded ceremony.
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Each of PFIC A, PFIC B, Partnership X, and Partnership Y adopted (or were required to adopt) a taxable year ending on November 30 in order to allow the Subsidiary PFICs additional time to provide accurate Annual Information Statements. The Electing Shareholders were not deemed to own for PFIC purposes the shares of the Subsidiary PFICs. To be a Subsidiary PFIC, Partnership Y was required to have a QEF election in effect for all periods in which it held stock in the Subsidiary PFIC. beneficiaries had an ascertainable interest in the trust.
The IRS ruled, subject to numerous representations, that, only with respect to the Electing Shareholders, Partnership Y was the first U. person in the chain of ownership and was treated as the sole U. The singular purposes for the structure was apparently to reduce the compliance burden imposed on Electing Shareholders under a publicly traded, multi-tier PFIC structure that actively buys and sells annually tens of investments that are (or may be) PFICs and to reduce the information reporting complexities of each of these Subsidiary PFICs in providing Annual Information Statements and access to their books and records to hundreds (if not thousands) of unrelated public shareholders. Although the facts are lengthy and complicated, the pertinent facts are that a foreign trust held stock of a foreign corporation the only asset of which was stock in another corporation.
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Corporation A planned to invest a portion of the cash from the sale in assets that could be used in Business X. 21, 2005), the IRS ruled that, in applying the PFIC Income Test, the character (active or passive) of the gain attributable to the disposition of the Corporation B stock should be determined by reference to the percentage of active or passive assets in the disposed subsidiary at the time of the sale. 12, 2000), the IRS ruled that, for purposes of 1298(b)(3), which provides an exception to PFIC status for a company that sells a business, the disposition of the Corporation B stock was treated as a disposition of an active trade or business by Corporation A, Corporation B's indirect owner.