Taxes, and how to Estimate them
Taxes can be quite different depending on how you structure a deal. For example, the taxes on an asset sale and a stock sale (and whether you are a C-Corporation or not) may be a non-issue or it can stop the deal. In this module we cover tax basics, then get into some detail on how exactly taxes are determined for an asset sale, and finally we look at real world example of an asset sale and how the purchase price was allocated for tax purposes.
|Tax Basics PowerPoint Deck||Download|
|Example of tax spreadsheet for an asset deal||MS Excel||Download|
|IRS Form 8594 for purchase price allocation||Download|
|Example of a purchase price allocation from an actual deal||Download|
|Tax specialist with knowledge of Personal Goodwill C-Corp structures and other advanced tax issues||Download|