Tax and Accounting Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions
Wednesday, November 17
12 pm - 1 pm Eastern Standard Time
Jared R. Johnson, Esq., LL.M, CPA
White and Williams LLP
This discussion will touch upon the tax and accounting issues that arise for an entity and its owners in a significant liquidity event. We will walk through each of the following phases:
- Going to market
- Letter of Intent
- Due Diligence
- Agreement Drafting
Date & Time
Wednesday, November 17
12 pm -1 pm Eastern
This meeting will be held via Zoom - log-in details provided in the registration confirmation email.
There is no cost to attend this meeting.
This program offers 1.0 CPE credit and should offer 1.0 (M)CLE credit in Pennsylvania only (pending). (M)CLE credit for other states may be permitted via self-reporting.
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About the Presenter:
Jared Johnson is a Partner at White and Williams LLP. As an attorney-CPA, he provides tax representation and guidance on complex tax laws and disputes, corporate transactions, reporting, asset protection and cross-border issues as well as IRS and ERISA compliance. Jared counsels high-net-worth business owners throughout the business lifecycle, and provides strategic direction on planning, formation, governance, drafting and reporting for corporations, partnerships and joint ventures.
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
Program Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Prerequisites: Anyone who has an interest or background in taxes
Advanced Preparation: None
Who Should Attend? Attorneys, CPAs, Business Professionals
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