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On July 28, 2014, we filed a Certificate of Dissolution with the Secretary of State of the State of Delaware and became a dissolved corporation.

As provided by law, we will remain in existence as a non-operating company for purposes of settling our affairs and closing our business, monetizing, disposing of and conveying our property, discharging our liabilities and distributing remaining assets to stockholders.

However, if losses occur subsequent to the distribution, and those losses result in a net loss for the taxable year, the distribution (which the shareholder anticipated to be tax- free) could be converted into a taxable distribution. Under the partnership rules, however (unlike the S corporation rules), for any taxable year, a partner's basis is first increased by items of income, then decreased by distributions, and finally is decreased by losses for that year. Giant, Inc., an S Corporation, has only one shareholder, Linda Fath.

Instead, such owners must look to the ultimate record holder of shares to which their beneficial ownership relates.

You should contact your broker or other nominee regarding payment of liquidating distributions.

The proposals list an ordering rule for the adjustment, either increases or decreases, of stock basis.

They also include provisions on the timing of basis adjustments, basis computations during a loss year, computation of individual stock basis and the categorization of debt as basis.

The shareholder's oil and gas depletion deduction; c. Non- separately computed losses that pass through; and e. Reducing stock basis for non-deductible items prevents a shareholder from converting a non-deductible expense at the corporate level into a deductible expense when stock is sold or a liquidating distribution is received.

Distributions in excess of basis are treated as gains from the sale of stock.We continue to incur claims, liabilities and expenses (including professional fees, employee compensation, insurance, lease commitments and other expenses to conduct the wind-up of the Company's operations The amount or timing of any subsequent liquidating distribution will depend upon expenses incurred by us, the timing of the resolution of matters for which we have established reserves, the amount paid or to be paid in satisfaction of contingencies, our ability to monetize our remaining non-cash assets and the ultimate amount of proceeds realized thereon. These variables, many of which are not within the Company’s control, make it difficult or impossible for the Company to accurately predict the timing or amount of any subsequent distribution.The Company’s principal non-cash assets consist of its investment in FA Technology Ventures, L. The Company plans make additional distributions at such times as is deemed appropriate, depending upon facts and circumstances existing at the time.Distribution source and shareholders' basis for their corporate investment determine the tax consequences of distributions from S corporations.The regulations being proposed under IRC Secs 13 provide the particulars of adjustments to stock basis and distributions to S corporation stockholders.These activities will include, for example: On March 1, 2016, the Company's Board of Directors declared an interim liquidating distribution of

Distributions in excess of basis are treated as gains from the sale of stock.We continue to incur claims, liabilities and expenses (including professional fees, employee compensation, insurance, lease commitments and other expenses to conduct the wind-up of the Company's operations The amount or timing of any subsequent liquidating distribution will depend upon expenses incurred by us, the timing of the resolution of matters for which we have established reserves, the amount paid or to be paid in satisfaction of contingencies, our ability to monetize our remaining non-cash assets and the ultimate amount of proceeds realized thereon. These variables, many of which are not within the Company’s control, make it difficult or impossible for the Company to accurately predict the timing or amount of any subsequent distribution.The Company’s principal non-cash assets consist of its investment in FA Technology Ventures, L. The Company plans make additional distributions at such times as is deemed appropriate, depending upon facts and circumstances existing at the time.Distribution source and shareholders' basis for their corporate investment determine the tax consequences of distributions from S corporations.The regulations being proposed under IRC Secs 13 provide the particulars of adjustments to stock basis and distributions to S corporation stockholders.These activities will include, for example: On March 1, 2016, the Company's Board of Directors declared an interim liquidating distribution of $1.82 per share (approximately $11.3 million in the aggregate) to our stockholders of record as of March 15, 2016.

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Distributions in excess of basis are treated as gains from the sale of stock.

We continue to incur claims, liabilities and expenses (including professional fees, employee compensation, insurance, lease commitments and other expenses to conduct the wind-up of the Company's operations The amount or timing of any subsequent liquidating distribution will depend upon expenses incurred by us, the timing of the resolution of matters for which we have established reserves, the amount paid or to be paid in satisfaction of contingencies, our ability to monetize our remaining non-cash assets and the ultimate amount of proceeds realized thereon. These variables, many of which are not within the Company’s control, make it difficult or impossible for the Company to accurately predict the timing or amount of any subsequent distribution.

The Company’s principal non-cash assets consist of its investment in FA Technology Ventures, L. The Company plans make additional distributions at such times as is deemed appropriate, depending upon facts and circumstances existing at the time.

Distribution source and shareholders' basis for their corporate investment determine the tax consequences of distributions from S corporations.

The regulations being proposed under IRC Secs 13 provide the particulars of adjustments to stock basis and distributions to S corporation stockholders.

These activities will include, for example: On March 1, 2016, the Company's Board of Directors declared an interim liquidating distribution of $1.82 per share (approximately $11.3 million in the aggregate) to our stockholders of record as of March 15, 2016.

.82 per share (approximately .3 million in the aggregate) to our stockholders of record as of March 15, 2016.