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Fortunately, most of the time management will arrange the transaction so that some part of it is tax deferred. But that is up to management to make that choice.

Few mergers are being allowed to be tax deferred. The tax deferred exchange must be approved and not just that management has to apply for the status.

Even if stock is received in the exchange, the transaction may still be fully taxable.
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