As a business owner, you’ve spent years building and ensuring your company’s success. For most, it came at the cost of sacrificing time away from family, experiencing financial burdens to cover operations, and enduring the emotional toll it takes is dedication. Given what it took, it must hurt when you find out you have a 30-40% Capital Gains Tax to pay when you decide to sell.
Join Cheryl Centeno of Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) as she interviews Stephen K. Davis on the best tax mitigation strategies for business owners when selling their business. Mitigate your Income & Capital Gain tax even in New York State where taxes are significantly higher than in states like Florida.
Stephen K. Davis, President/CEO of Safe Harbor Asset Management, Inc.
An SEC-Registered Investment Advisory firm, Stephen’s career spans three decades in financial services. He specializes in tax mitigation strategies for business owners. He believes Income and Capital Gains taxes are a serious impediment to wealth accumulation. For 17 years he has been a sought-after speaker to Real Estate, Legal, and accounting professionals on the 1031 Exchange opportunity and has helped clients properly structure their exchange.
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