In a case of first impression, the Tax Court held that an estate's extensions of variable prepaid forward contracts did not constitute a sale or exchange that meant the estate had to recognize gain in that year. Instead, the estate had to recognize gain only when the stock was delivered and the extended contracts were completed.
Monster.com founder's estate wins dispute over gain recognition
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