Constructive Dividends

Constructive dividends is an Internal Revenue Code term used to explain dividends received under certain conditions or criteria. It is commonly used with the economic substance principle.

Constructive Dividends – Definition, Understanding and Application

When a corporation confers an economic benefit upon a shareholder, in his capacity as such, without an expectation of reimbursement, that economic benefit becomes a constructive dividend, taxable as such.   See INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE NATIONAL OFFICE FIELD SERVICE ADVICE MEMORANDUM FOR DISTRICT COUNSEL, Number 200011003 dated October 27, 1999; specifically Page 4, 3rd paragraph.

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