INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954
company of its distributive share of the undistributed foreign personal holding company income of another foreign personal holding company in which it is a shareholder). If the foreign personal holding company elects under section 171 to amortize the premiums on such obligations, for purposes of the preceding sentence each United States shareholder's proportionate share of such interest received by the foreign personal holding company shall be his proportionate share of such interest (determined without regard to this sentence) reduced by so much of the deduction under section 171 as is attributable to such share. (d) INFORMATION IN R E T U R N. — E v e r y United States shareholder
who is required under subsection (b) to include in his gross income any amount with respect to the undistributed foreign personal holding company income of a foreign personal holding company and who, on the last day on which a United States group existed with respect to the company, owned 5 percent or more in value of the outstanding stock of such company, shall set forth in his return in complete detail the gross income, deductions and credits, taxable income, foreign personal holding company, and undistributed foreign personal holding company income of such company. (e) E F F E C T ON CAPITAL ACCOUNT OF FOREIGN PERSONAL HOLDING
COMPANY.—An amount which bears the same ratio to the undistributed foreign personal holding company income of the foreign personal holding company for its taxable year as the portion of such taxable year up to and including the last day on which a United States group existed with respect to the company bears to the entire taxable year, shall, for the purpose of determining the effect of distributions in subsequent taxable years by the corporation, be considered as paid-in surplus or as a contribution to capital, and the accumulated earnings and profits as of the close of the taxable year shall be correspondingly reduced, if such amount or any portion thereof is required to be included as a dividend, directly or indirectly, in the gross income of United States shareholders, (f) BASIS OF STOCK IN H A N D S OF SHAREHOLDERS.—The amount
required to be included in the gross income of a United States shareholder under subsection (b) shall, for the purpose of adjusting the basis of his stock with respect to which the distribution would have been made (if it had been made), be treated as having been reinvested by the shareholder as a contribution to the capital of the corporation; b u t only to the extent to which such amount is included in his gross income in his return, increased or decreased by any adjustment of such amount in the last determination of the shareholder's tax liability, made before the expiration of 6 years after the date prescribed by law for filing the return. (g) CROSS R E F E R E N C E S. — (1) For basis of stock or securities in a foreign personal holding company acquired from a decedent, see section 1014(b)(5). (2) For period of limitation on assessment and collection without assessment, in case of failure to include in gross income the amount properly includible therein under subsection (b), see section 6501. (3) For treatment of gain on liquidation of certain foreign personal holding companies, see section 342.