Structuring for investment: A purchaser’s perspective paper

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Publication date: 24 Jul 08

Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:

This paper covers: 

  • structuring earn-outs to maximise value for the purchaser
  • the tension between purchasing assets versus shares
  • what acquisition vehicle is the most appropriate?
  • apportionment of the purchase price - should it be included in the contract or not?

Author profile:

Jeffrey Chang CTA
Jeffrey is a Senior Associate at Thomson Geer Lawyers, where he advises on a wide range of taxation, structuring and superannuation issues with a focus on privately-held businesses and high wealth family groups. He has previously held a variety of Taxation Institute education committee roles and is presently a member of the Victorian State Council. Jeffrey is the author of numerous tax articles published in professional journals, and a regular presenter at Taxation Institute seminars.
Current at 14 April 2014
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This was presented at Reviewing Earn-Outs and other Practical Issues when Buying and Selling Businesses.

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Earn-outs and other issues for vendors
Author(s):  Greg THOMPSON


Structuring for investment: A purchaser’s perspective
Author(s):  Jeffrey CHANG


Indirect tax issues on buying and selling businesses
Author(s):  Andrew SPALDING


Risk shifting: Legal issues that you must consider
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