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Restructuring Tax Services

Bringing clarity to uncertain situations

In times of economic uncertainty, debt restructuring is oftentimes a necessary and even beneficial option that can preserve and enhance a company’s value. However, the unique scenarios brought on through refinancing or modifying debt obligations have significant and sometimes unique tax consequences.

RSM’s mergers and acquisitions tax professionals help you give careful consideration to debt restructuring or bankruptcy filing and can guide you through what can be a difficult process. We understand the complexities of working through a bankruptcy or debt restructuring and can help you achieve the most tax-advantageous outcome for your situation.

Our professionals can also help with other types of corporate transactions including the determination of the taxability of corporate dividends.


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