Selling a Business: Have You Proactively Addressed State and Local Tax Issues Before the “For Sale” Sign Goes Up?

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July 28, 2015
by Craig Cookle

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Most of the time, state and local tax is not at the forefront when a business owner or management team puts a company up for sale.  However, our experience dictates that it should be addressed early in the process because of the potentially significant impact state and local tax can have on the seller’s side of the transaction.  


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