Tax Considerations for Buying and Selling a Business WEBCAST

Tuesday, September 22 8:30am - 4:30pm

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8 Credits

Member Price $295.00

Non-Member Price $395.00

Overview

Review options for structuring the sale of a business, from both buyer’s and seller’s perspectives with the aim of minimizing tax cost. Attendees will consider the sale of C corps, S corps and partnerships. This course covers topics not routinely considered in a tax compliance practice, but important to the sale of a business.

Highlights

Taxable asset sales, sale of stock of corporation and stock redemptions, Comparison of tax consequences of C corps, S corps and partnerships, Tax treatment of transaction costs of acquired intangibles, IRC 197, Seller consulting and employment agreements, Installment sales, Employee stock ownership plan, Tax deferred acquisitive corporate reorganizations, Net operating losses and tax credits of acquired corporate business, Sec. 1202; Stock Section 1244; the basics of stock Section 754 elections; and Sec. 338 and 338(h)(10) elections.

Prerequisites

An understanding of the taxation of individual, corporations, S corps and partnerships

Designed For

CPAs, financial professionals and attorneys

Objectives

Recognize tax planning opportunities for selling a business. Identify the tax consequences of using employment and consulting agreements, covenants not to compete, personal goodwill and contingent sales price. Recall how to treat acquired intangibles (IRC 197). Identify the basics of Section 754 and Section 338 elections. Determine how to best transfer ownership to employees.

Preparation

None.

Notice

None

Non-Member Price $395.00

Member Price $295.00