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covers the sale, financing, and taxation of a business The sale is a relatively straightforward concept, although the details of buying or selling a business are extremely important The financing of a business is less simple There are two common situations in which the financing is an issue The first situation is finding the debt financing that will permit the sale of a business to go through This is common in the sale of small businesses, where it is usual for the seller to take a note, which is a loan from the seller to the buyer, for a portion of the purchase price of a business This is part and parcel of the sale of 100 percent of a whole business, and for the remainder of Part Two that is not what I mean by the financing of a business unless I specifically note as much The second situation is the true financing of a business, which is to say, raising additional capital to enable the business to expand This type of financing is a partial sale of equity, ie, the buyer contributes capital usually cash, but occasionally property, which can be intellectual property and in return receives a partial equity interest in the company
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s 10 through 12 are on valuation for purposes of a sale by an appraiser (myself), a business broker, and an investment banker, respectively In 10, I focus on valuation issues specific to the sale of a business I also discuss how the valuations of an appraiser and a business broker and investment banker may differ, since their environment, clients, technical skills, understanding of the market, and motivations are different
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14 is a must read for two categories of business owners: (1) Those who are about to start a business and have not yet chosen the form of the entity, and (2) those who are con-
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templating the sale of their business within the foreseeable future, say within five years So, if you have already selected your entity form and do not contemplate the sale of your business within five years, you can consider skipping this chapter This chapter is not easy or light reading, although for most nonmathematical readers, it still will be easier than Part One of this book It contains a lot of information, and the frustrating, but understandable, aspect of it, given the complexity of the tax code, is that you will not come through this chapter with a detailed knowledge of tax law that will enable you to be your own tax attorney But you should develop a healthy respect for the need for the right professional help when you begin a business or are in the process of selling one However, knowledge and wisdom is power In 14, David Boatwright spends considerable time presenting the tax law that serves as the foundation for making wise choices in structuring the sale of a business More significant, he gives quite a number of important strategies that are gold nuggets, if not diamonds Look for the sections entitled Strategies Additionally, look for strategic statements set off in italics Business owners may not fully absorb the entire body of tax law in this chapter, but that is not the point As an owner contemplating a sale, you should read the entire chapter and spot the issues that seem relevant to you, in order to discuss them with your tax attorney and accountant Not all professionals operate at the same level, and the more knowledge you have at your disposal, the more likely you are to ensure the best outcome for yourself If you choose to use an attorney whose practice is more general and who may have relatively light experience in the tax intricacies involved in the sale of a business that is a risk I would suggest that the larger the business, the less you can afford that risk In any case, you can reduce this risk by making sure your attorney (and accountant) is familiar with the contents of this chapter You should ask him or her questions that you feel are relevant to your sale, and if your attorney appears less than fully knowledgeable, you should insist that he or she associate with a tax attorney who is specialized in transactional work, or replace your attorney with a tax specialist
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