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As described in the IRS Form 8937, for U.S. tax purposes, the allocation of tax basis between shares of COP common stock and PSX common stock is based on their relative fair market values (FMV) at the time of the distribution. There are many potential ways to determine the FMV of COP and PSX common stock. One approach may be to use the unadjusted averages of the high and low trading prices of COP and PSX common stock on the NYSE on the trading day after the distribution. Such averages were $56.10 for COP and $33.34 for PSX on May 1, 2012. If this method is used, the pre-distribution tax basis in COP shares would be allocated 77.09% to COP shares and 22.91% to PSX shares. See example below which assumes pre-distribution tax basis of $60 per share in 100 shares of COP common stock:
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