CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations

Get current, comprehensive expert guidance to help you navigate through complex tax issues that affect troubled corporations.

The CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations: Bankruptcy and Nonbankruptcy Restructurings is an all-inclusive solution that provides complete, sophisticated coverage for all areas of tax planning for and tax aspects of restructuring for financially troubled companies. This volume provides in-depth, current analysis from recognized practicing industry experts and access to primary source documents to support your research. You'll have everything you need to accurately advise your clients, because this volume covers the full spectrum of problems that financially distressed corporations and their creditors and shareholders must face.

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Key Features

Simplify your tax planning with features that will allow you to:

  • Understand complex tax issues, regulations and laws that affect financially distressed corporations and their creditors and shareholders
  • Stay on top of ever-changing tax issues that have an impact on your business, so you can avoid costly mistakes
  • Provide practical advice to business partners or clients
  • Quickly find accurate answers to your troubled corporation questions via easy-to-understand explanations
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CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations: Bankruptcy and Nonbankruptcy Restructurings brings together a variety of helpful features that help you effectively plan for your organization.

Provides a comprehensive perspective from renowned experts: Authors Gordon D. Henderson, JD and Stuart J. Goldring, JD are practicing tax and legal experts that can translate complex regulatory language into easy-to-understand commentary. Both authors have extensive experience providing perspectives from a legal and tax point of view, so you have the clear and concise analysis you need to better develop effective tax plans.

Covers all issues troubled corporations encounter: Includes everything from the early warning time when cash flow becomes insufficient to service their debt, through the problems and opportunities arising from the need to modify their debt, to the later potential need to exchange their debt for equity, and to the ultimate potential consideration of the need to seek the protection of the bankruptcy courts.

Access to supporting documents: Links to state statutes and regulations, state cases on state tax issues, federal cases on state tax issues, IRC and other pertinent federal materials are provided to support your answers.

Topics include:

  • Developing a Strategy for a Failing Company
  • Bankruptcy versus Nonbankruptcy Restructuring
  • Deductions and Accrual of Interest
  • Debt Modification
  • One Company Equity-for-Debt Recapitalization
  • Two Company Reorganizations Involving a Failing Company
  • Utilizing Tax Losses
  • Special Problems of Multi-Company Debtor Groups
  • Liquidating Trusts, Escrow, and the Like
  • Bankruptcy Aspects of Federal Tax Procedure
  • State and Local Tax Aspects of Bankruptcy
  • Liquidating Bankruptcies
  • Deductibility of Expenses during Bankruptcy

Primary Source Documents:

  • State Statutes and Regulations
  • State Cases on state tax issues
  • Federal Cases
  • Internal Revenue Code, Regulations, Rulings and other pertinent federal materials
  • Bankruptcy Codes and Rules

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