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176. Does an Installment Sale Defer the Tax on Recapture of Accelerated Depreciation? No. Can the Tax on Recapture of Accelerated Depreciation Nevertheless Be Deferred When an Installment Sale Occurs? Yes.
162. Transfer a Family Business to the Next Generation During the Parent's Lifetime, Retain an Asset for Income, Give the Transferee a Stepped-up Basis, Defer the Gain on Sale, Support the Parent with Deductible Rent, and Finance the Transaction, Too
August 28, 2010
Karen E. Klein's "Smart Answers" column in Business Week yesterday quotes S.Crow Collateral Corp.'s president about a way to finance the growth of a small business, with capital (debt or equity) provided by end users of the business' products or services, or with money raised on the strength of contracts with end users.
This was in response to a query from the owner of a software company which has developed an identity management product. The owner was exploring the sale of either the software or the company itself, to a larger company which could develop the product further and capture a larger market share with it.
You may read the entire column at http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/content/aug2010/sb20100827_275386.htm
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