Buy-Sell Agreements for Baby Boomer Business Owners has been available as a Kindle book for about five weeks now. During this short time, the book has received seven 5-star reviews from a variety of readers. I thought I’d share the reviews with readers of this blog.
What is The One Percent Solution? Consider a budget for managing your pre-liquid wealth (defined as your ownership interest in your private company) similar to the fees you pay to manage your liquid wealth (stocks, bonds, other liquid investments). New book coming. Current booklet available as a complimentary download.
You thought you knew what a marathon was – until you read about a decade old case involving a busted fixed-price buy-sell agreement in New York. Call it now a BuySellAgreementathon. More exhausting (and expensive) than the traditional 26.2 miles!
Miles Mason, Sr., of the Miles Mason Family Law Group, has posted a review of my new Kindle book, Buy-Sell Agreements for Baby Boomer Business Owners.
Miles Mason, Sr., of the Miles Mason Family Law Group in Memphis, has written a book, The Tennessee Divorce Client’s Handbook, is a great primer for divorcing persons and for anyone who has not yet started but is contemplating divorce. As a divorce attorney, his basic advice is “think seriously before you enter into this …
In light of the events of December 14, 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut, the Memphis Men’s Chorale, of which I am a member, offers our Prayer of the Children in honor and memory of the children and teachers who were killed, and for their families and friends — indeed for the millions everywhere who have been so deeply charred and jarred by this tragedy.
What are the five “big” business valuation issues in 2012 according to Chris Mercer? Surprisingly, they are the same issues business appraisers have been debating for years.
If you are approached by a single prospective buyer who wants to deal exclusively with you (or your client), what do you do? Is a “proprietary deal” right for you?
The so-called “smart money” is rushing to pay special dividends to reward shareholders and to avoid expected increases in taxes on dividends in 2013. Maybe they are getting it right this time.
On a recent flight, I met a lady who works in the charitable giving area for a major institution. We talked for a bit and I asked if she was familiar with the idea of asking business owners to consider making gifts to her charity of appreciated shares in closely held businesses. She was familiar …