26 CFR 7.6039A-1 - Information regarding carryover basis property acquired from a decedent.

§ 7.6039A-1 Information regarding carryover basis property acquired from a decedent.
(a) Information for Internal Revenue Service. In the case of a decedent who dies after December 31, 1976, the executor (as defined in section 2203) shall furnish to the Internal Revenue Service the following information, as applicable—
(1) If an estate tax return is required to be filed under section 6018 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, and if the return form contains questions relating to carryover basis property, the executor must answer those questions.
(2) If no estate tax return is required to be filed under section 6018 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, or if a return is required to be filed but the return form used does not contain questions relating to carryover basis property, the executor must file the form prescribed by the Commissioner. This form may be attached to the estate tax return or the decedent's final individual income tax return. If this form is not attached to the estate tax return or the decedent's final individual income tax return, it must be filed with the Internal Revenue Service office where the decedent's final income tax return would be filed if one were required within 9 months after the date of the decedent's death or by December 31, 1978, whichever is later.
(b) Information to be furnished to beneficiaries. Any executor required under paragraph (a) of this section to furnish information to the Internal Revenue Service relating to carryover basis property must furnish in writing to the distributee of each piece of carryover basis property—
(1) A description of the property,
(2) The adjusted basis of the property as computed under section 1023 (a), (c), and (d),
(3) The amount of the increase in the basis of the property determined under section 1023(h),
(4) The value of the property for Federal estate tax purposes, and
(5) A notice that the beneficiary should keep this information as part of permanent records.
(c) Time for furnishing information to beneficiaries. The information which an executor is required to furnish to the beneficiaries under this paragraph must be furnished on or before the latest of—
(1) The date the property is distributed to the beneficiary,
(2)
(i) In the case of an executor who is required to file an estate tax return, 6 months after the due date (including extensions) of such return,
(ii) In the case of an executor who is not required to file an estate tax return, 15 months from the date of death of the decedent, or
(3) December 31, 1978.
(d) Subsequent adjustments to carryover basis. In the event subsequent adjustments are made which relate to the carryover basis of any piece of property included in a decedent's gross estate, whether by reason of an adjustment resulting from an examination of the estate tax return or otherwise, any executor required under paragraph (a) of this section to furnish information to the Internal Revenue Service shall, within 3 months of a determination, as defined in section 1313 (a), of such adjustments, provide to the recipient of each item of carryover basis property the information set forth in paragraph (b) of this section recomputed as required by such adjustments.
(e) Effective date. This section is effective in respect of decedents dying after December 31, 1976.
(Secs. 7805 and 6039A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (68A Stat. 917, 90 Stat. 1878; 26 U.S.C. 7805, 6039A))
[T.D. 7540, 43 FR 16735, Apr. 20, 1978, as amended by T.D. 7559, 43 FR 36244, Aug. 16, 1978]

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