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  • Transaction tax consulting

    The sale or acquisition of a business takes different forms depending on the business models and capital structures adopted. Depending on the subject of the transaction, we can speak of the sale of shares in companies (share deal) of a business or its organized part (transfer of going concern), the sale of real estate or other assets (asset deal) and sale&leaseback transactions. The economic effect of the transaction remains the same, however, from a tax perspective, each form of acquisition or disposal causes different tax consequences.

    Performing a proper tax analysis already at the stage of planning and developing the transaction scheme undoubtedly brings tangible benefits in the aspects of tax security of the optimal level of taxation. Ongoing support from tax advisors at every stage of the transaction helps secure both your business and your financial goals whether you are acting on the side of the buyer or seller.

    Who is it for?
    • Are you planning to purchase a business, company or assets?
    • Would you like to be sure that the planned transaction will proceed in an optimal and tax-safe manner?
    • Are you planning to sell your business and need support in ensuring the tax profitability of the transaction?
    • Are you facing the dilemma of selling your business, but don't know where to start?
    Our support scope:
    • Analysis of the tax implications of the planned transaction.
    • Identification and evaluation of risks and potential tax benefits.
    • Development of transaction options.
    • Development of the tax-optimal structure of the transaction.
    • Preparation and verification of agreements for the acquisition or sale of shares or assets.
    • Ongoing support during and after the transaction.

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