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Tax implications on Cash vs Stock deal
Do Stock deals enjoy a distinct financial advantage over cash deals due to U.S. tax policy (since stockforstock deals are not considered taxable events)? If so, what are the tax implications of stock vs. cash (besides the fact that cash clearly has forgone interest income or the interest expense f...
Do Stock deals enjoy a distinct financial advantage over cash deals due to U.S. tax policy (since stockforstock deals are not considered taxable events)? If so, what are the tax implications of stock vs. cash (besides the fact that cash clearly has forgone interest income or the interest expense from debt raised for cash implications and hence subsequent implications on tax)? How is this incorporated into the M&A model?
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Merger Modeling Basics: about the goodwill amortization
Hi, if there is no goodwill amortization, but under certain circumstances, the deal can be considered as asset deal , or can be applied the normal asset depreciation, even there is no amortization on goodwill in this case, I think you still have to incorporate the depreciation into the model, becaus...
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GAAP requirement to recognize all known liabilities
In the M&A module, when illustrating the different effective tax rates in the Pre/Post142/338 election scenarios, it is stated that GAAP requires all companies to recognize all known liabilities as soon as possible, hence why under a 338 election, the reported GAAP effective tax rate is lower ...
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