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Taxes, The Impact/Strategies When Selling a Business
Taxes can significantly affect the sale of a Business. What are strategies that the Business Owner can use with their Professionals to reduce the taxes paid on the sale of their Business.
- What Type of Entity Do You Use to Conduct Your Business and the effect on taxes
- Stock Sale vs Asset Sale, Ordinary Income & Recapture, Installment Sales, Covenant Not to Compete & Goodwill
- What Charitable Strategies can be used to reduce taxes.
- Learn new strategies to eliminate or reduce taxes at a sale
Tom Dougherty – Lindquist & Vennum LLP
Tom represents start up and established family and owner managed businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals with respect to a broad range of issues relating to business operations. He advises clients on business acquisitions and dispositions, commercial transactions and contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code, real estate transactions (including like kind exchanges) and commercial lending. He also has significant experience assisting with the formation, organization, governance and taxation of corporations, nonprofit organizations (including foundations), limited liability companies, joint ventures and limited and general partnerships. Tom has assisted his clients with business relationship documents such as shareholder agreements, operating agreements, member control agreements, partnership agreements, joint venture agreements, employment agreements and consulting agreements. He also counsels clients with respect to nonqualified compensation arrangements, including deferred compensation, stock option, restricted stock, phantom stock and other types of nonqualified plans and arrangements. In addition, he counsels entrepreneurs and family business owners on business succession planning and other tax planning strategies.
Greg Carlson – Wilkerson Guthmann
Greg has guided business owners through entity selection, operational issues, succession planning, estate planning, and business sales. He has advised clients on a wide range of tax-related issues with an emphasis on the effective use of limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and S corporations. Greg has extensive experience working with multi-state businesses, construction contractors, auto dealerships, wholesale distributors, and professional firms.
Greg helps to simplify the complex tax issues facing today’s business owner by explaining tax laws without using technical jargon. He works hand-in-hand with closely-held businesses to ensure they understand the tax consequences of a decision.
CEPAs receive 1 CE credit
CPE receive 1 CE credit
CVA receive 1 CE credit