Buyers and sellers have always taken taxes and tax law into account when evaluating a potential transaction. Sellers want to make sure that the proceeds they receive, net of their tax liability, is appropriate for what they think the company is worth. Similarly, buyers want to make sure the economic return they make, after paying taxes, will justify their purchase price. While taxes have always been an important consideration, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has added some new twists that need to be taken into account.
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