Business Transition Resources

Business Transition Resources

In today’s environment, business values and forecasts can be more difficult to capture than before, but the uncertainty is not slowing down marketplace movement. Transitions, whether they be inorganic growth opportunities, leadership changes, or transformations can be challenging, but with the right team in place, you can help you drive value and optimize outcomes. The insights below are designed to illustrate business transition considerations to help empower you to make the best decisions for your company.


While the business interruption impact of the pandemic hit virtually all companies during 2020 and 2021, the financial impact from the pandemic is still present in 2022. The economy has reopened, and business as usual may not feel so familiar, but we’re now learning to adapt to our new normal.

Anaccounting change may make early adoption of a business combination provisionmore appealing.
The pace of innovation in manufacturing processes and across other industries continues to accelerate even during the lingering COVID-19 pandemic. Seeking growth opportunities, privately-owned companies have tapped into a ready source of capital – investors anxious to deploy their cash – by taking their company public. Although not required by the SPAC process, taking a structured IPO readiness approach can shine a much more appealing light on the company for potential investors.
If M&A activity is in the cards for your business, you need to understand how recent tax developments could affect your strategy. 

Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, continue to grow in popularity as private companies look for alternative means of accessing the public market outside of a traditional initial public offering (IPO).

In transactions, tax consequences for deferred revenue is an important consideration.

More deals give rise to questions on deferred revenue accounting.

If M&A is part of your inorganic growth plan for 2020, you may want to be thinking ahead to the resources needed for purchase price allocations.

Contingent considerations have played a vital role in a large number of merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions in recent years.