With the pending rate cute, most companies are waiting until reform goes through to do a deal, but there are some relatively unpublicized provisions that may make deal makers rethink that strategy in certain situations. Tax partner Dan Zucker considers the treatment of net operating losses and their ability to be carried back and carried forward and, in the sale of a private equity-owned portfolio company, why a seller might want to get the deal done before year-end.

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