A business conducted as a C corporation can be purchased through an asset acquisition or a stock acquisition. In an asset acquisition, the buyer pu...
11/22/2023 8:00am - 10:00am | Online | Surgent
CPE Categories: Taxation (2 CPE)
Interest Areas: Business Valuation, Business Taxation
A business conducted as a C corporation can be purchased through an asset acquisition or a stock acquisition. In an asset acquisition, the buyer purchases the business by purchasing the assets that make up the C corporation’s ongoing business. In a stock acquisition, the buyer purchases the stock of the C corporation that owns all or a majority of the business assets. The seller and the buyer are usually at odds over how to structure the acquisition. Tax practitioners advising their business clients should be fully conversant in the tax rules that apply to stock and asset acquisitions. Discussing and explaining those rules is the focus of this course.
Presented by Mike Tucker, Ph.D., LL.M., J.D., CPA
Tax practitioners advising sellers and buyers of C corporations
A basic understanding of the tax rules related to C corporations
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