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Stakeholder Capitalism: Implications for Exit Planning  The Pennsylvania Bar News recently featured an article by XPX Philadelphia Member Sean-Tamba Matthew that explained an emerging shift in the understanding of a business’ role in our economy and how this influences exit planning: In 2019, the Business Roundtable’s Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation shifted away from…

How to Emotionally Prepare Key Stakeholders for a Successful Transition People always have mixed feelings about change. When negative feelings are not surfaced and addressed in a systematic way, they often assert themselves exactly when they stand to do the most damage, at the closing. Thoughtful exit planners do well to find ways to address the needs and…

Program produced by XPX San Antonio. XPX Owner and Advisor Summit  Exit Planning and Implementation to Inside Parties During the Pandemic Moderator:John Dini, CMBA, CExP, CEPA – MPN, Inc. Panelist: Steven Bankler, CPA -Steven Bankler CPA, Ltd with client Jeremy Calvert, CEO – Vighter, LLC James Rosenblatt, Attorney – Rosenblatt Law Firm with client Andrew Jett, President…

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“I should demote myself!” joked the head of sales. “It looks like I am better at selling than at managing a sales team.” We were looking at his team’s individual sales numbers. He was selling more when he was a regular salesperson than his whole team today. We too often promote the wrong person into…

Effective March 12, 2024, New York Labor Law prohibits employers from requiring employees and job applicants to provide information about their personal accounts. If you think this sounds familiar, you are right. This idea has been in place in various states for years; now New York is joining in! Under the new legislation, “personal accounts”…

Unlocking Retirement Savings to Fund a New Business Many people have dreams of starting a business but lack the capital or funding needed to launch their new business ideas. It’s true: It costs money to start a business. The US Small Business Administration (SBA) says that how to fund a business is one of the…

In order for your family business to outlive its founder, careful succession planning is a must. That means finding the most frictionless way to pass both leadership and ownership from one generation to the next. While some family business dynamics lend themselves to smooth and simple succession, others hit bumps in the road. One of…

Accurate Asset Assessment for Fair Distribution: When planning an estate, one of the primary concerns is ensuring a fair and equitable distribution of assets among beneficiaries. A professional valuation provides an accurate and unbiased assessment of the true value of all assets, including real estate, investments, businesses, and personal property. This is essential to avoid disputes…

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