Acquisition Debt

Acquisition Debt

Any debt one uses to buy, make improvements on, or build a residence for oneself. See also: Mortgage.

Acquisition Debt

Debt incurred to acquire, construct, or improve the taxpayer's principal or secondary residence.
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The acquisition will be funded through an upsized USD 1.65bn Reserve Based Lending senior debt facility, a USD 700m acquisition debt financing facility, an equity investment by Delek and existing cash resources of the company.
In this role, he offered the full range of Corporate and Investment Banking services to middle-market firms, ranging from working capital, acquisition debt, asset-based lending, M&A advisory services, Equity and Debt Capital Markets, Treasury and Payment Solutions, FX and Derivatives, and Wealth Management.
The equity consideration component of the purchase price is not anticipated to change and the negotiated adjustments are expected to be made within the terms of the company's committed acquisition debt financing agreements.
Following a change in TDC's ownership, the new owners refinanced the acquisition debt initially raised by its parent DKT and its intermediate holding companies (collectively known as HoldCo), as well as existing debt at TDC, the operating entity (OpCo).
Today, WYPR has more than 42 employees and operates with a $6.4 million budget and the acquisition debt originally at $7 million has been paid down to under $1.9 million.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-January 19, 2017-xG Technology pays off IMT acquisition debt
Contract notice: Service acquisition debt Regional Blood Center in Raciborz in the amount of 6 500 000 PLN through subrogation to Basic.
In addition to home acquisition debt, there is a second category of debt, home equity debt, which may give rise to deductible interest.
Home-equity indebtedness is debt, other than acquisition debt, that is secured by a qualified residence and does not exceed the lesser of $100,000 ($50,000 for married filing separately) or the fair market value (FMV) of the residence less acquisition debt (including pre-Oct.
RBS, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Barclays Bank and Santander have provided the acquisition debt facilities.
According to the company, the proceeds from this loan will be used to refinance the Therapeutic Support Systems (TSS) acquisition debt.
But within three months the Americans had been ousted as Fenway Sports Group bought the club and in one fell swoop the burden was immediately lifted as around pounds 200million of acquisition debt was paid off, relieving the club of annual interest payments in excess of pounds 17million.

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