Corporate Tax - TAXATION OF PENDING CLAIMS - The tax treatment of contingent liabilities transferred in a corporate sale or restructuring can be a problem for the parties involved. The treatment may differ depending on whether the transaction is taxable or tax-free. Recent IRS rulings and court decisions on these issues can help CPAs advise their clients or employers.
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