purchase price


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Should the number of shares tendered at or below the purchase price result in an aggregate purchase price over CAD20m, those shares will be purchased on a pro rata basis.
To address this concern, buyers often will condition the payment of the full purchase price on the clients remaining with the buyer for a certain time period, generally between two and five years.
It included a term loan for 84 per cent of the purchase price and associated expenses and subordinated debt for the remainder.
Assigning the portion of the purchase price allocated to intangible assets or goodwill is much more complex.
Prior case law allowed a deduction for part of the purchase price that was, in fact, a cancellation penalty.
In many cases, the purchase price varies based on client retention and is a percentage of collections from clients of the selling firm over a three to five-year period after the sale.
197 intangibles (including goodwill and going concern value) in Class IV would require taxpayers to determine the FMV of goodwill and going concern for purposes of allocating purchase price to all the Class IV assets.
Observation: This new position enhances the flexibility of bankrupt or insolvent partnerships realizing COD in a purchase price adjustment from a seller.
In order to give effect to the increase in the purchase price offered to ComnetiX shareholders, on January 9, 2007 L-1 and ComnetiX signed an amendment to their existing agreement, which was originally entered into on November 15, 2006.
197 has simplified purchase price allocations and eliminated the need to estimate the fair market value (FMV) of most individual intangible assets.
In order to fLx the stock's value for estate tax purposes, the agreement's purchase price must have been reasonable when the agreement was made, the estate must be obligated to sell the decedent's interest and the interest must not have been sold during the decedent's lifetime without first being offered to the purchasers (the corporation or the other shareholders).