Surgent's Stock vs. Asset Acquisitions of C Corporations (SVAS)
A business conducted as a C corporation can be purchased in one of two ways, as an asset sale or a stock sale. In an asset sale, the buyer purchases the business by purchasing the assets which make up the C corporation's ongoing business. In a stock purchase, the buyer purchases the stock of the C corporation that owns all 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 with the tax rules that apply to stock and asset sales. Discussing and explaining those rules is the focus of this course.
Date & Time:
Monday, August 3, 2020
10:00am – 12:00pmAdd this event to my calendar
Field of Study:
2 hours CPE credit
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