Saevig Corp. Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Saevig Corp. Case Solution

The estate was bought by the citizen and afterwards transferred it to a family managed corporation in return for a get outside. When funds were received, the IRS treated them as dividends, whereas the individual and corporate citizens argued they were amounts paid to the corporation on the sale of a corporate asset of the individual citizen. The question is whether the initial transfer to the corporation was a contribution to capital (equity) or the development of a debtor/creditor relationship.

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PUBLICATION DATE: March 11, 1999


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