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Dear Kathy: I had purchased Incentive Stock Options back in 2000. It was getting a cash distribution from another company for last few years; 2003 onwards.

Every year it would get money, it would deduct 44% State and Federal taxes and give 56% to share holders per their share in the company. Ricky - Liquidating distributions, sometimes called liquidating dividends, are distributions you receive during a partial or complete liquidation of a corporation.

Divide distributions in partial liquidation among that part of the stock that is redeemed in the partial liquidation.

This process is known as liquidation and is necessary, even in cases when the corporation is being sold or converted into a different business structure.

When a company is being liquidated because it is insolvent, the liquidator has a duty to all the company’s creditors.

The liquidator’s role is to: Except for lodging documents and reports required under the Corporations Act, a liquidator is not required to do any work unless there are enough assets to pay their costs.

The three types of liquidation are: A creditors' voluntary liquidation is a liquidation initiated by the company.

Creditors' meetings during liquidation Voting at a creditors’ meeting How will I get paid in a liquidation? It involves realising the company’s assets, cessation or sale of its operations, distributing the proceeds of realisation among its creditors and distributing any surplus among its shareholders.

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