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Blitzer Corporation is the parent corporation




Question;Blitzer Corporation is the parent corporation of a 10-member group that has filed consolidated tax returns for a number of years. Last year, the group sold all the stock of Wolf Corporation to Anderson Cooper. This year, Wolf Corporation reported a $300,000 NOL. Wolf's taxable income while a group member averaged $200,000 annually for the past five years but is expected to be only $50,000 next year due to start-up costs that will be incurred with the introduction of a new product line. Profits are expected to increase in each succeeding year. What issues should Blitzer have considered when trying to value Wolf's NOL prior to its sale? What tax issues should Wolf now consider when deciding how to use its NOL?


Paper#41994 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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