Required information When High Horizon LLC was formed, Maude contributed the following assets in exchange for a 25 percent capital and profits interest in the LLC: Fair Market Value Basis Maude: Cash Land* $20,000 20,000 100,000 360,000 Totals$120,000 $380,000 Nonrecourse debt secured by the land equals $160,000 James, Harold, and Jenny each contributed $220,000 in cash for a 25 percent profits and capital interest. (Leave no answer blank. Enter zero if applicable.) a. How much gain or loss will Maude and the other members recognize? Maude James Harold Jenny Gain or loss recognized $ 260,000

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When High Horizon LLC was formed, Maude contributed the following assets in exchange for a 25
percent capital and profits interest in the LLC:
Fair
Market
Value
Basis
Maude:
Cash
Land*
$20,000 20,000
100,000 360,000
Totals$120,000 $380,000
Nonrecourse debt secured by the land equals $160,000
James, Harold, and Jenny each contributed $220,000 in cash for a 25 percent profits and capital
interest. (Leave no answer blank. Enter zero if applicable.)
a. How much gain or loss will Maude and the other members recognize?
Maude
James
Harold
Jenny
Gain or loss recognized
$ 260,000
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Required information When High Horizon LLC was formed, Maude contributed the following assets in exchange for a 25 percent capital and profits interest in the LLC: Fair Market Value Basis Maude: Cash Land* $20,000 20,000 100,000 360,000 Totals$120,000 $380,000 Nonrecourse debt secured by the land equals $160,000 James, Harold, and Jenny each contributed $220,000 in cash for a 25 percent profits and capital interest. (Leave no answer blank. Enter zero if applicable.) a. How much gain or loss will Maude and the other members recognize? Maude James Harold Jenny Gain or loss recognized $ 260,000