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Tom Roback of Blue Ridge ESOP Associates is a member of XPX Maryland

Internal Revenue Code Section 401(a)(28) allows employees to diversify a portion of their stock once they meet certain eligibility requirements. There are specific age and service requirements outlined by the IRS to determine who is a Qualified Participant, however your plan may allow for rules that are less restrictive. Statutory Requirements:  Click here to continue…

Tom Roback of Blue Ridge ESOP Associates is a member of XPX Maryland

When an employee terminates employment with the company due to a disability, his or her ESOP account may be subject to certain procedures and additional benefits. Before these procedures and benefits can be applied, it is important to understand how your ESOP Plan Document defines disability and whether or not the employee’s circumstance meets that…

James Junker of Pilot Hill Advisors is a member of XPX Chicago

In 2021, our firm, Pilot Hill Advisors, helped create 8 new employee-owned companies with over 2,000 new employee owners.  As part of their exit planning, the owners of these businesses transitioned over $500 million of stock and saved tens of millions in taxes in the process.  The companies will save millions in taxes and several…

Steven Migala of Lavelle Law, Ltd. is a member of XPX Chicago

This recorded webinar introduces ESOPs as an exit strategy for business owners contemplating a sale. Lavelle Law attorneys Steve Migala and David O’Leary describe the structure of an ESOP, when it makes sense for a corporation and its shareholders to consider an ESOP, its typical use cases, and an ESOP’s unique tax advantages for corporations…

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David Shavzin of The Value Track is a member of XPX Atlanta

When do I start my exit planning and how much is my company worth? We have gotten these questions for decades, especially from Baby Boomers. Sometimes it comes across casually: “So what do you think, should I start my exit plan 2 years ahead, maybe 3 years ahead?” They often ask knowing the answer. They are trying…

Maria Forbes of FIREPOWER Business Catalyst, LLC. is a member of XPX Atlanta

When a valuable employee tells you that they’ve received a job offer from another company, making a counteroffer may seem like a no-brainer.  But before you do, consider these potential downsides. If you are throwing money at jobs, think twice. Owners that have not paid attention to employee compensation on an annual basis will now…

By Tom Aiken While more companies transact and store their business off premises, SaaS companies have seen a run up in their valuations. Since 2015, the SaaS market continues to grow—18% annually—while 99% of organizations are using at least one cloud solution to drive demand. From an investor perspective, SaaS companies provide a dependable revenue…

Paul Cronin of True North Advisors Group, LLC is a member of XPX Greater Boston

Many business owners wonder, “What will I do after I sell my business?” While most envision travel, or golf, etc., many fail to understand that they will likely have to stay on board for months or even a couple years to transition the business to the new owners. This period can be hard for many…

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