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  • The question relates to Part I of that schedule.  Only other entities that are shareholders are reported in Part 1, not natural persons.
  • Shares of the company that have never been issued or were bought back from a shareholder by the company are known as "Treasury shares."  Those shares have no voting rights or pay dividends, so they don't get reported on Schedule G or anywhere else on the tax return.

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