Repeal of the more favorable corporate liquidation options in 1986 and the expiration of the phase-out for small corporations at the end of 1988 have narrowed the range of workable choices for dealing with corporations that have outlived their usefulness. One possibility, for those motivated by a desire to separate shareholders who prefer not to be associated together any longer in the same corporation, is a divisive, type D, corporate reorganization.



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