Tax Issues of General Business Brokerage #1020
Every financial decision in selling a business has a tax implication. This 8 hour course looks at the differences in stock versus assts sales and the tax implications associated with each. Also covered are tangible and intangible assets including depreciation and amortization. Some components of a business transaction receive ordinary tax treatment, some receive capital treatment and some are non-taxable. The information in this course is essential to understanding potential tax implications in a business transaction. From intangible assets like goodwill to tangible assets like machinery, the depth of this course is surprising and informative in building your understanding of financial statements and tax returns. Who knew Tax Issues could actually be this interesting? Also, the notes on this course are almost a book in itself.
Contact TABB State Education Chair, Ed Gonzales, firstname.lastname@example.org, 713.446.9021, for more information
Approved for 8 hours credit towards TABB Board Certified Broker designation. Eligible for TABB member discount.
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TABB, Inc. (“TABB”) is a non-profit Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)6 trade association dedicated to improving and advancing the business brokerage profession for the benefit of its members and the general public. TABB has an established a Code of Ethics, provides education opportunities for its members and the general public, promulgates forms for use by its members regarding many aspects of the business sale/purchase process and affords networking opportunities for those in the business brokerage profession, their buyer or seller clients and those who provide services related to the business brokerage industry.