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Some publicly-traded corporations reach a point where the spin off of a constituent company or business unit into an independent entity is beneficial. Here are the latest updates and tips to navigate the complexity of this divestiture.
There are a number of reasons that might drive a company to take a look at a corporate spin off. It might be to focus on a particular business need. It may be purely to raise revenue -- those assets that are currently part of one corporation being split and actually raising the value of the corporations.CT’s Business Compliance Consultant, Sharon Carroll, outlines what you need to know in this short video. Watch video to learn more
July 15, 2016, the IRS and the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued proposed regulations on tax-free spin-offs.
While the corporate spin-off process is complex, this infographic seeks to highlight the key activities that form the core of the process.
No matter the reason, corporate spin offs are very complex undertakings fraught with compliance responsibilities.