Many companies have already adopted FIN 48 and have turned their attention to the annual disclosure requirements.
The valuation of a development-stage company’s common stock is best estimated using the methods in the Practice Aid.
Determining the degree of insolvency is a key step since this will dictate the amount of COD income which may be excluded.
A key tax consideration is whether the acquirer will be entitled to a stepped up tax basis in the assets and thus entitled to future tax deductions.
Canada, like the U.S., imposes a thorough set of documentation requirements, and imposes penalties for failure to comply.
For companies who have not filed for bankruptcy, the insolvency exception is critical.
In the original Practice Aid, there was no mention of the back-solve approach. Since then the technique has come into widespread use.
How Do You Put a Price Tag on the Panama Canal?