purchase price

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the price at which something is actually purchased

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Shareholders will receive the purchase price in cash for shares tendered at prices equal to or below the purchase price.
Once the purchase price is agreed upon, determining the payment period is the next step.
While post-closing purchase price adjustments seem uncomplicated, they often result in significant post-closing disputes.
The buyer pays the purchase price only after it has had ample opportunity to run the business and determine the price based on actual performance; this performance includes the benefit of any operational synergies realized by combining businesses.
If the merger results are neutral or there is an increase in earnings per share, then the proposed purchase price is within an acceptable range for the buyer.
The purchase price allocable to any individual asset may be at or below its FMV, depending on whether the purchase price was above or below the fair market value of the target.
For Federal income tax purposes, this may be challenged as a disguised purchase price, as highlighted in Regs.
He first approached his firm's bank, but it was unwilling to exceed 65 per cent of the purchase price.
This section says that if a taxpayer acquires property subject to a lease, none of the purchase price may be allocated to the leasehold interest; instead, the entire amount must be capitalized and depreciated.
The only way the purchase price would make sense was if the owner could tear down the buildings and erect a high rise.
Capitalization rate, for this discussion, is defined as the percentage derived by dividing the net operating income of the hotel asset(s), less a management fee and an allowance for recurring capital expenditures, by the purchase price paid or received for the hotel asset(s).
Remember, if your clients and employees don't remain, you are not likely to receive the full purchase price.
Companies have been strongly criticized by the Securities and Exchange Commission for excessive classification of portions of the purchase price as in-process R&D expense rather than as goodwill, in order to achieve an acquisition year write-off of a large portion of the purchase price.
1060 provides for the allocation of purchase price among assets of a trade or business after an applicable asset acquisition.
The Internal Revenue Service recently ruled a bankrupt or insolvent partnership may treat all or part of COD income as a purchase price adjustment if it arose from a cancellation of debt by the seller of the property (revenue procedure 92-92, IRB no.