Exit Planning Strategies: ESOPS & Common Characteristics for Success

Description:


Employee Stock Ownership Plans provide many advantages for businesses including: 
• Enabling the sale of all or a portion of a company at full Fair Market Value
• Indefinitely Deferring all capital gains taxes and eliminating under current tax law
• Leaving behind a completely Tax-Exempt company to the employee owners
• Improving employee retention, productivity, profitability, recruitment, and culture

This course will provide you with a deep understand of ESOPS: how to set-up a Plan, key characteristics; best fit for a particular organization; tax implications; analysis of options, etc. You will gain tips and tools for providing valuable business advice to your company and clients.

Highlights:

• Common Characteristics of ESOPS including tax implications
• Evaluation an analysis of organization as candidates for ESOPS
• ESOP set-up options including Roth election
• Plan implementation
• Accounting for ESOPS

Objectives:

Provide business advisors with in-depth knowledge of Employee Stock Ownership Plans and their value as a vehicle for transferring ownership, raising cash, retaining, and incentivizing employees.   

Prerequisites:

Familiarity with business ownership structures

Notes:

 

Credits:

1

Course Level:

Intermediate

Members

Standard Fee: $25.00

Non-Members

Standard Fee: $30.00

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Vendor:

Boston Tax Institute, Ltd.

Start:

May 18, 2021 9:00am

End:

May 18, 2021 10:30am

Check-in starts at 8:50am

Leader:

Jaye, Rick

Senior. Vice President. Business Transition Advisors, BTA

Recognized speaker at investment, financial services, bank and broker/dealerships conferences. Key note speaker at regional and national healthcare association meetings including the American Academy of Pediatric Surgery, Association of Plastic Surgery, Academy of Oral Surgery, Arizona Dental Association, Hawaii Dental Association, San Diego Physicians Consortium, Pacific Life’s 2010 National Symposium, 2012 Capitas Financial National Symposium, 2013 Wells Fargo’s National Insurance Conference. Instructor on the topics of advanced tax, wealth and business entity planning through several advanced accrediting programs sponsored through NexGen University held at Georgia Tech, Duke University, and the University of Texas, Austin.

Rick provides sales support and trainings for advanced tax, retirement and risk management strategies to Wells Fargo Private Bank and WF Advisors, Raymond James Securities, US Bank, BOK, Oppenheimer, 1st Tennessee Bank, BMO Harris along with many others and received 2013 distinguished Partner of the Year award from Wells Fargo Bank and Advisory Insurance Services.

Designed For:

CPAs, accountants, finance professionals and business advisors

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