When planning to buy a company, it is important to try and discover the faults and peculiarities of the company in question. This information could have positive effects which could possibly provide two deductions for the same items. It is not against the regulations.
Financing is another matter. How will you handle it? If a liquidity requirement falls due at any given time, will there be money in your account to meet the requirement? Is it possible to transfer liquidity between different companies?
It’s important to establish the most appropriate structure for the acquisition in order to qualify for certain deductions. It is not unusual that a buyer does not fully utilise deduction entitlements for expenses, but pays full tax on revenues!
Mazars helps companies through the acquisition, ensuring they avoid pitfalls and avoid the pitfalls and complete the transaction with their best interests in mind.