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When a business is purchased or sold, the acquisition could be through an asset purchase agreement.  Under an asset purchase agreement, the actual assets of the business are purchased.  This could include the inventory, accounts receivable, furniture, equipment, fixtures and intangible assets such as copyright or trademark rights, or patent rights & licenses.  An asset...
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In previous articles the Residual Method has been discussed in regards to allocating the consideration paid for a business.  As you may recall, the residual method requires the consideration paid to be allocated amongst classes of assets in a particular order.  The article below has been prepared by a tax attorney at The McGuire Law...
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How is the purchase price or monies paid for a business allocated?  When a business owner sells their business for a lump sum amount, the sale is considered a sale of each individual business asset as opposed to one single asset.  Of course, this would not necessarily apply if the exchange or transfer was considered...
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In previous articles a business attorney from The McGuire Law Firm has discussed certain acquisitions between corporations.  The article below will discuss an acquisition known as a cash for assets acquisition. The first step of a cash for assets acquisition, Corporation 1 would pay Corporation 2 cash consideration of the assets of Corporation 2.  Corporation...
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Generally speaking when one business buys or acquires another business the transaction can be either an asset sale or a stock sale.  There are different tax implications, liability matters and other issues depending upon how the transaction is set up.  The video below has been prepared by a Denver business attorney at The McGuire Law...
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