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In option B neither the Corporation nor the investor has to pay taxes on the $.38 increase in share value.  Focusing on the latter, no money has been "constructively received" by the shareholder thus there is no tax event.

In your example, the $.38 can be viewed, by the investor, as the monetarized value of a tax-free compounding rate which increases the Internal Rate of Return of the investment.  (Does that make any sense?)

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by ATinNM on Sat Dec 23rd, 2006 at 12:26:56 PM EST
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