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Most small business sales involve the sale of assets, not stock Stock sales are the least preferred by buyers and are only done when necessary to minimize tax consequences for sellers This is typically an issue when the company is a C corporation, which can lead to a seller being double-taxed on the gain A primary reason stock sales are not popular among buyers is because of the transfer of potential liabilities after the sale There are ways to mitigate the risk for buyers through the use of insurance for
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PART TWO The Sale and Financing of a Business
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product and employee liabilities, but the sale of stock is usually done only as a last resort In an asset sale, the seller typically keeps the balance sheet items such as accounts receivables, accounts payables, notes, etc Inventory can be included in or added to the selling price, depending on the type of business and value of inventory As discussed below in Preparing for the Sale, if the value of inventory is so high that it represents a significant portion of the price, it will likely be heavily discounted It is best to sell obsolete inventory by any means available prior to marketing the business, because buyers are unlikely to pay you for it The most common transaction structures include a down payment of 40 to 60 percent, with seller financing secured by the business, and may or may not include the buyer s collateral for some or all of the note This structure seems to provide the best balance in meeting the concerns of sellers and buyers Sellers want a secure exit, and buyers want some security in the event of unforeseen problems following the acquisition Buyers frequently prefer that sellers maintain a vested interest in the business to ensure its integrity and that the sellers are accessible for ongoing assistance as needed Earn-outs involving a fixed percentage of revenues for a certain period of time are occasionally used in lieu of or in addition to seller notes All-cash purchases may be discounted 20 to 30 percent or more, depending on the nature of the business With all-cash purchases, both the time value of money and the added risk for the buyer exert downward pressure on the price The Small Business Adminstration s (SBA) loan guarantee program provides an excellent avenue for sellers to cash out
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INTEGRITY OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
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In any event, it is important to create a structure that will make it to the finish line Transactions that fall apart before closing are frequently the result of unrealistic price and/or financing expectations and, generally, poorly planned transaction structures Furthermore, I believe many of the horror stories of business sales gone bad resulted from inadequate down payments and excessive financing, with the buyers having very little in-
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CHAPTER 11 A Business Intermediary s Perspective
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vested in the businesses That being said, for some types of businesses a low down payment may be necessary to accommodate certain risky business transfer issues This would include, for instance, companies with a high risk of client or staff defections after a change in ownership In this case, it should be a strong buyer with industry expertise and substantial resources A key facet in most business transfers is the quality of the Profit & Loss statement From the buyer s perspective, accurate and consistent financial statements reduce an element of uncertainty in the process of ascertaining the continuity of profits While the value of most businesses is fueled by historical earnings, financial statements of privately held companies usually reflect the lowest possible net profit, in order to minimize taxes However, there is often an inverse relationship between tax savings and achieving the highest value when selling a business The degree of impact depends on how tax aggressive you are Let s use the following two tables to explain the potential impact Table 111 computes a valuation of discretionary income for a relatively conservative tax strategy In the Tax Aggressive Scenario of Table 112 , the seller has been charging personal expenses to the business to reduce taxes and now wants to add these back to discretionary earnings to increase the valuation The first four add-backs are normal add-backs and are the same ones from Table 111 that total $145,000 The next four addbacks total $83,000 (amount not shown) and are very aggressive These expenses include $40,000 for public relations for the owner s son, who is in college, along with other miscellaneous personal expenses The add-backs create a potential problem of credibility The crafty seller wants to eat his cake and have it too (the original form of the old saying) While technically there is nothing wrong with this, it will make some or many buyers nervous and possibly drive up their discount rate The amount of the extra $83,000 in add-backs that is credited toward the purchase in Table 112 will ultimately depend on the decision of the buyer and his or her advisers after reviewing related documentation Referring to Table 112, if this company is selling for a multiple of 25 times discretionary earnings, this seller stands to lose up to $207,500, or 25 percent of the purchase price as a result of questionable add-backs
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