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Succession Planning for the Small Business Owner: Finding the Exit Ramp

Description

The life cycle of the small business can be summed up in three segments: 1) starting the business 2) operating the business and 3) getting out of the business. This course focuses on getting out of the business. The most elusive element of owning a small business can be finding the proper exit strategy. This course is designed to provide the business-consulting practitioner with tools and concepts to advise the small business owner and assist them in developing the right exit strategy. The course covers exit strategies related to third-party sales and succession planning within a family.

Objective

* Understand the process of selling a business from finding a buyer to completing the sale * Understand how business brokers operate and the fees that they charge * Discuss the difference between selling the business and leaving the business: the transition period * Protect the seller’s interest in a seller-financed sale * Understand how estate planning and family succession of a business interact * Understand the use of discounts in transfers of ownership interests to family members * Discuss when to turn over operations while maintaining control of a family business: drawing distributions from the business for retirement and receiving a step-up in basis at death * Understand various structuring options for family business succession

Highlights

* How to find unrelated buyers of a business * Maintaining control of the business succession process * Turning over the reins to family members: when to give up control * Finding the right team to sell a business * Options for selling a business to an unrelated party * Options for selling a business to family members * Options for selling a business to employees * Overcoming the emotional attachment to a business * Selling to family members for a life annuity * Using family partnerships and trusts to transfer a business

Who Should Attend

Practitioners with small business clients that will eventually sell that business to third parties or family members who need advice regarding exiting the business

Required Knowledge

A basic understanding of business entity types and taxation of sales of businesses

Advanced Prep

None

Event Speaker(s)

Michael Anthony Frost ( Jacksonville, AL ),

Additional Event Information

Check-in for all in-person events begins one hour prior to event start time. Also, be sure to allow enough time for traffic, parking, and check-in. If you should arrive late or depart early, you must adjust your CPE credit accordingly.

Also Available As

Webcast
Monday, November 21, 2022 (1:00 pm–4:45 pm ET)
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Field of Study:Management Services
Level: Intermediate

Event Type:Seminar
NASBA Instructional Method:Group Live
Event Code:S0000922

Registration Fees

Early Bird Rate expires November 8, 2022

RegistrationEarly BirdRegular
NCACPA MemberN/A$170.00
Non-MemberN/A$220.00
Succession Planning CourseNCACPA Member$145.00
Succession Planning CourseNon-Member$195.00
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