4. What is my stock basis in S-Corp?
Description: S corp stock basis is the amount each shareholder has invested in the property, which starts off as the cost of the property and evolves with changes in the shareholder's investment in the S corporation. S corporation stock basis differs from that of a C corporation, which is static from year to year. With an S corp, the stock basis varies depending on the shareholder's annual income, loans, and distributions.