Generally, losses are only recognized in a liquidating distribution.
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Capital Gain = Cash Distribution – Partner's Outside Basis Distributions are generally made throughout the year, but they are taken into account on the last day of the partnership's tax year.
To minimize capital gains on distributions that may be greater than a partner's equity, the basis is 1 increased by the amount of income earned during the year, then it is decreased by any distributions: any excess distribution over the partner's basis is taxable as a capital gain.
The partnership's inside basis of the property carries over to become the partner's basis, thereby reducing the partner's outside basis by the carryover basis.
As with the cash distribution, if the FMV of the property exceeds the partner's outside basis in the partnership, then the partner's interest in the partnership is reduced to 0 and the receiving partner's basis in the distributed property equals his outside basis in the partnership before the distribution.
The book gain or loss on the constructive sale is apportioned to each of the partners' accounts.