Buying and Selling Corporate Businesses: Using Installment Obligations
When a corporate business is sold, it is common for part of the consideration received to include an installment obligation of the buyer. Weigh the tax consequences of using installment obligations as part of the stock or asset sales from a corporation.
Attendees will discuss both S corporations and C corporations. A portion of this course will evaluate the use of a contingent purchase price. Plus, analyze and identify tax planning opportunities.
- Discussion of the law relevant to deferring gain using the installment method (IRC 453)
- Description and analysis of the installment sale of the stock of both an S corporation and a C corporation
- The use of an installment obligation related to the sale of the assets of both an S corporation and a C corporation including consideration of when to liquidate the corporation
- Evaluation of the tax consequences of a note with a contingent amount
- Tax planning opportunities and strategies
- Understand the general approach of installment reporting of gain (IRC 453).
- Discuss the tax consideration related to the installment sale of the stock of both S corporations and C corporations.
- Review and evaluate the law related to the installment sale of assets of either an S corporation or a C corporation, including the decision on when to liquidate the corporation.
- Analyze the tax law applicable when the installment note includes a contingent amount.
- Identify and evaluate tax planning strategies and ideas.
CPAs and attorneys.
Registration for this course has passed.
Applicable if you are a HSCPA member in good standing.
Applicable if you are not a HSCPA member.