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Compare asset purchase and stock purchase.
The major differences between asset purchase and stock purchase are as follows −
|Asset Purchase||Stock Purchase|
|Transfer of ownership is not possible.||Transfer of ownership is available.|
|Can claim tax benefits.||Can’t claim tax benefits.|
|Less complexity.||More complex.|
|Re-negotiation on employee agreement is available.||Re-negotiation of employee agreement is not available.|
|Buyers can choose risk and liabilities to bear.||Buyers absorb risk and liabilities.|
|Ownership can’t be lost and can’t exchange hands.||Ownership can be lost, exchange hands.|
|Less prevalent in market.||More prevalent in markets.|
|Retitling of asset is required.||Retitling assets in not required.|
|Minority shareholders don’t create problems.||Minority shareholders can create problems.|
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