Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations, by noted tax attorneys Gordon D. Henderson and Stuart J. Goldring, deals with the problems of financially distressed corporations and their creditors and shareholders from the early warning time when their cash flow becomes insufficient to service their debt, through the problems and opportunities arising from the need to modify their debt, to the later potential need to exchange their debt for equity, and to the ultimate potential consideration of the need to seek the protection of the bankruptcy courts. In the course of its analysis the book discusses recapitalizations, two-company combinations and acquisitions, utilizing tax losses, consolidated return problems, bankruptcy aspects of federal tax procedure, and state and local tax aspects of bankruptcy.
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|Contributors||Stuart J. Goldring, Gordon D. Henderson|