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Morris might well believe that the hard part of accomplishing a successful acquisition is locating an appropriate target and integrating it into his existing operation. Yet, once again, he would be well advised to pay some attention to the various tax strategies and results available to him when structuring the acquisition transaction. To begin with, Morris has a number of choices available to him in acquiring the target business. Simply put, these choices boil down to a choice among acquiring the stock of the owners of the business, merging the target corporation into Plant Supply, or purchasing the assets and liabilities of the target. The choice of method will depend on a number of factors, many of which are not tax related. For example, acquisition by merger will force Plant Supply to acquire all the liabilities of the target, even those of which neither it nor the target may be aware. Acquisition of the stock of the target by Plant Supply also results in acquisition of all liabilities but isolates them in a separate corporation, which becomes a subsidiary. (The same result would be achieved by merging the target into a newly formed subsidiary of Plant Supply the so-called triangular merger.) Acquisition of the assets and liabilities normally results only in exposure to the liabilities Morris chooses to acquire and is thus an attractive choice to the acquirer (Exhibit 11.3). Yet tax factors normally play a large part in structuring an acquisition. For example, if the target corporation has a history of losses and thus boasts a taxloss carryforward, Morris may wish to apply such losses to its future profitable operations. This application would be impossible if he acquired the assets and liabilities of the target for cash since the target corporation would still exist after the transaction, keeping its tax characteristics to itself. Cash mergers are treated as asset acquisitions for tax purposes. However, if the acquirer obtains the stock of the target, the acquirer has taken control of the taxable entity itself, thus obtaining its tax characteristics for future use. This result inspired a lively traffic in tax-loss carryforwards in years past, where failed corporations were marketed to profitable corporations seeking tax relief. Congress has put a damper on such activity by limiting the use of a taxloss carryforward in each of the years following an ownership change of more than 50% of a company s stock. The amount of that limit is the product of the value of the business at acquisition (normally its selling price) times an interest rate linked to the market for federal treasury obligations. This amount of taxloss carryforward is available each year, until the losses expire (15 to 20 years
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12.2.1 Entity Relationship Diagrams Entity relationship diagrams model the data structure or relationships between data entities. Art entity is a class of real, similar items (e.g., people, books, computers). Entity types are shown in boxes; relationships are shown in diamonds or as labels on the arcs. If diamonds are used, the graph has no directed edges (with one exception). The relationship is usually read from left to right or from top to bottom, but this is not universal [see Yourdon, Inc., 1993]. When the edges are directed, the relationship is read in the direction of the edge. Figure 12.1 shows examples of both directed edges and diamonds. The exception for directed edges when diamonds and undirected edges are being used is called an associative entity. The associative entity is important when there will be important data that is related to the relationship, as well as the entities connected with the relationship. For example, a bank may wish to keep data about each transaction (e.g., deposit, withdrawal). In this case, the relationship is placed in a box, like any entity would be, and the edge connecting the box housing the relationship to the diamond in which the relationship would have been placed becomes a directed edge, the direction of which can be in either direction [see Yourdon, Inc., 1993; Yourdon, 1989]. Figure 12.2 shows an example of an associative entity. A unique relationship is that of supertype/subtype, which has become known as a class/subclass relationship and is shown in Figure 12.3. A common way to de ne a supertype/subtype relationship is by the relation is-a. An is-a relationship can be based upon a partition of an entity or a subdivision that is
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