Tax Considerations in Mergers and Acquisitions

July 30, 2020 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM (EDT)

Tax implications can significantly alter how you structure a deal and even the price of your acquisition, so it’s important to understand their effect especially in light of tax reform which has brought about sweeping changes that impact businesses and dealmaking. Join us for a webinar on and uncover what you need to know about taxes in mergers and acquisitions.

After attending this webinar you will be able to:

  • Gain insight into the ramifications of tax reform
  • Identify the tax motivations for buyers and sellers
  • Describe the different forms of M&A (Stock, Asset, Merger)
  • Explain the tax implications for C Corporation vs. S. Corporation, Partnerships or Limited Liability Companies
  • Understand taxable transactions vs. tax-free transactions

No prerequisite or advanced training needed!

To register, click here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3672997061500312844

CPE credit: 1 CPE credit in Taxes will be given for those attending this webinar

Program level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based

Cost: Complimentary

Alexander Lee – Alexander is a Partner at Cooley and focuses on domestic and international transactional tax matters. He concentrates his practice on public and private M&A, lending & finance, and capital markets. He has over 20 years’ experience advising on corporate tax issues and has provided tax advice on over 1,000 domestic and cross-border M&As. 

Capstone is pleased to announce that for the next three months we will be offering our webinars for no charge as a way to support the growing number of people who are working from home. For questions, comments & information regarding administrative policies (refunds, cancellations & complaints) contact Annie Sunny 703-854-1910 or ASunny@CapstoneStrategic.com.

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