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Business owners who want to monetize their hard-earned equity or step away from their companies have several M&A options.Many immediately gravitate to third-party sales. A transaction with either a strategic or financial buyer (such as private equity) may offer a clean break and a chance to cash out.
On the heels of his recent cover story in Material Handling Wholesaler, CSG's Nathan Perkins joined the magazine's companion podcast for a discussion on ESOPs and broader M&A trends.
Proposed tax code changes continue to dominate headlines. While talk of corporate, personal, and capital gains hikes echo throughout Capitol Hill, there’s been no legislative movement. This climate creates a fog for business owners considering a liquidity event.
Despite the challenging economic climate, many government contractors have maintained solid financial performance throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. But exposure to a host of uncontrollable risks means that continued growth is far from certain.
There's a lot of confusion about employee stock ownership plans. Questions about structure, valuation, financing, governance, and exit planning are commonplace among owners and advisors. CSG's Lawrence Kaplan helped dispel a number of misconceptions in a recent, wide-ranging Q&A.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has been a lifeline for many businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic. But for businesses in the midst of transactions, and their financial partners, the program has been a double-edged sword.
Despite a host of pandemic-related challenges, the transportation and logistics industry has largely thrived. Rapid changes in consumer habits fueled industry growth, and an M&A uptick is sure to follow. But these sales could be complicated by overlooked tax liabilities.
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