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Structuring transactions and tax planning in difficult times

Presented By:
Mark Blumenthal Stephen Eckert
May 13, 2020
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Recent developments of the CARES Act may impact the way transactions should be structured. Plante Moran partnered with Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP to deliver this presentation to IVCA members to help explain its implications. 

Businessman in a suit sitting at a table reading through structuring transactions and tax planning guidance.Plante Moran’s Mark Blumenthal and Stephen Eckert recently delivered a presentation to members of IVCA to discuss structuring transactions and tax planning during COVID-19. This on-demand webinar covers the application of specific provisions of the CARES Act and implications on: 
  • Net operating losses
  • Maximizing deductions & losses
  • Impact of payroll tax incentives on tax due diligence
  • Form of purchase price payments & installment reporting
  • Debt workouts


Mark Blumenthal, national leader of Family Office Services Group, Plante Moran

Stephen Eckert, senior manager with National Tax Office, Plante Moran

Saul Rudo, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP  

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