Seminar on Demand – Tax Tips and Traps: Charting a Path during the Sale of Business Assets
Presenter: Jeremy Comeau
This presentation reviews some fundamental asset sale tax concepts to help corporate lawyers understand the basic tax consequences that could arise from the sale. Topics include classification of property, depreciable versus non-depreciable capital property, drafting tips and traps, earn-outs and contingent considerations, restrictive covenants, common tax elections, and hybrid sales.
Comments focus on transactions involving a private corporation selling all the assets used in an active business carried on in Canada.
This presentation is part of a collection presented at LESA’s Tax Law for Corporate/Commercial Transactions program in Edmonton on October 28, 2019.
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