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sec. 1233(b)], the purchase may result in the creation of a tax straddle, which, as discussed below, can have adverse consequences for the tax treatment of the stock underlying the put option.41 Purchase of an option can also trigger the wash sales rules if it occurs within the 30day period surrounding the sale of substantially identical securities [Code section 1091(a)].42 Upon the sale, exchange, or other disposition of an option, the option holder will recognize a gain or loss equal to the difference between the premium paid in the opening transaction and the net proceeds received upon such disposition, after adjustment for commissions and other expenses of sale. The character of this gain or loss is determined by the character of the underlying property [Code sec. 1234(a) and Treas. Reg. 1.1234-1(a)]. Capital gain or loss will result if the underlying property is a capital asset in the hands of the holder. The investor s holding period in the option on the date of its disposition will determine whether this capital gain or loss is long term or short term [Treas. Reg. 1.1234-1(a) and Revenue Ruling 78-182, supra]. If the option holder allows the option to expire or lapse unexercised, the option is deemed to be sold or exchanged on the date of expiration or lapse [Code sec. 1234(a)(2) and Treas. Reg. 1.1234-1(b)]. The holder can then deduct its tax basis in the option (i.e., the premium and any transaction costs paid to acquire the option) as a capital loss. The holder s period in the option will determine whether this capital loss is long term or short term [Revenue Ruling 78-182, supra]. When the option holder exercises a call option, the basis of the stock acquired is equal to the sum of the exercise price and the holder s tax basis in the option [Revenue Ruling 78-182, supra]. The holding period in the acquired stock begins on the day after exercise of the option [Revenue Ruling 88-31, 1988-1 C.B. 302 and Revenue Ruling 70-598, 1970-2 C.B. 168]. When the holder exercises a put option, the option s tax basis is deducted from the amount received from the option writer in determining the holder s gain or loss from the transaction. Assuming the property sold pursuant to the exercise of the put is a capital asset to the holder, the holder will recognize a capital gain or loss on the sale. The holding period in the property will determine whether this capital gain or loss is long term or short term.
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You just created a content tree from a valid XML file; now you'll use Java code to add a Task to the UserStory. You can use this technique to create the entire content tree from scratch. Here the addNewTask() method adds all the required elements and attributes. The changes are in boldface in the following code:
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