Deducting buying costs

(Editor’s note: This is Part I of a two-part column on deducting the costs of buying a business. See part II here.) When acquiring a business, there are significant costs for planning, negotiating, brokering and conducting due diligence on the transaction. Portions of those costs may be immediately deductible, capitalized and amortized over as many…

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