Question: Spinone Corporation directs its sole shareholder James to exchange all

Spinone Corporation directs its sole shareholder, James, to exchange all of his common stock valued at $200,000 (basis of $50,000) for $100,000 of common stock, $70,000 of preferred stock, and $30,000 in cash. In addition, Spinone directs its sole bondholder, Karen, to exchange her $150,000 of bonds paying 6.0% for $160,000 of bonds paying 5.6%. How are these transactions treated for income tax purposes by James, Karen, and Spinone? What is James's basis in his common and preferred stock?

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