Advantages And Disadvantages Of Merger And Acquisition?

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If you own a small business that someone wants to merge with their larger business, there are many advantages and disadvantages of this to consider. It doesn't require a sale so there is no taxation of a merger. It also allows no exchanging of cash to happen which makes things smoother. But the downside of this is it could make some positions in the company redundant, because the other might already have someone in that spot.
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