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Subchapter C: Tax Effects of Transactions


In today’s transaction-driven market, Subchapter C companies considering transactions or restructurings should also examine their potential tax consequences. For example, if you recently closed a deal, do you know what portion of the costs incurred can be deducted or amortized, and what documentation, timing and other issues are involved? Will the transaction and associated structures withstand the heightened government scrutiny?

Companies are remiss if they don’t include the tax perspective by developing structures that address both the tax costs and risks associated with the deals. Yet, even the best-equipped and most sophisticated tax departments may not be able to answer these and other questions.

Deloitte Tax LLP can help. Our Subchapter C specialists have experience in the public and private sectors and can offer insights into the structures and effects of business transactions and how they may be received by taxing authorities.

For more information, view the document below. 

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