M&A Dealbreakers: Uncovering Potential Fraud Before It’s Too Late

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At a glance: Understanding the risk: M&A transactions require extensive due diligence, but the customary due diligence process does not always identify the full scale of potential fraud and regulatory compliance risks. Know the stakes: Uncovering potential fraud too late can lead to complicated legal disputes and may be detrimental to your company’s reputation. Be proactive: Don’t close…

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Cross-Border M&A: Section 338(g) Elections After TCJA

At a glance The main takeaway: Subject to certain requirements, U.S. corporate taxpayers who acquire stock of a foreign corporation often make a section 338(g) election for advantageous U.S. federal income tax outcomes. Impact on your business: A section 338(g) election has different implications for buyers and sellers after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Next…

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