Webcast Replay: Demonstrating Debt is Debt: Implications of Proposed 385 Regulations

Duration is 42 minutes

Managing Directors Michelle Johnson and David Turf provide details on the proposed 385 Regulations, which could be one of the most impactful changes to U.S. tax regulations. The webcast provides insights into necessary documentation and ways that companies can increase the probability that the IRS will recognize their characterization of their inter-company debt as debt.

Topics covered include:

  • Important highlights of the proposed 385 Regulations, including three categories of rules related to determining whether an instrument is debt, equity or both
  • Documentation and analysis to demonstrate debt should be treated as debt, including unconditional obligation to pay a sum certain, creditor's rights and reasonable expectation of ability to repay
  • What companies can do now, including considerations for structuring your next debt transaction
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