A must-have for financial advisors, lawyers, CPAs, and other professionals advising clients, Practical Guide to Mergers, Acquisitions and Business Sales, Second Edition, is an easy-to-understand guide which explains the tax consequences of buying or selling a business and the art of successfully closing business transactions.
Drawing on a vast 30 years of experience, author Joseph B. Darby III, J.D. – a business and transactional tax law expert – incorporates insightful, real-life examples throughout his coverage of the buying and selling of all forms of business entities, including Sole Proprietorships; Partnerships; S Corporations; C Corporations; Limited Liability Companies; Professional Corporations; and more.
Broad in scope, with numerous citations to the IRS Code, rulings, and regulations, this resource covers:
- How tax aspects of the sale of a business can influence negotiations, both in a positive and negative way
- The areas for “give and take” in any negotiation of tax liability for the sale of a business
- Strategies related to Installment Sales, Contingent Payments, Goodwill, Consulting Agreements with prior
owners, and other methods that can be introduced into a business acquisition
- Common pitfalls in the negotiation process, including the overlooking of critical tax issues
Practical Guide to Mergers, Acquisitions and Business Sales, Second Edition, is the authoritative but concise and easy-to-understand resource you can rely on.
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Image Gallery N/A ISBN 9781945424519 Page Count 414 Publication Date Jun 21, 2017 Author Joseph B. Darby III, J.D. Edition 2