Leaving a Business: Which Exit Plan is Best?

Brian SingletonBlog, Watch Your Wallet

Selecting your business successor is a fundamental objective of planning an exit strategy and requires a careful assessment of what you want from the sale of your business and who can best give it to you. There are only four ways to leave your business: transfer ownership to family members, Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP), sale to a third party, and liquidation. The more you understand about each one, the better the chance is that you will leave your business … Read More

Mutual Fund Buyers: Beware of a Potential Tax Surprise!

Brian SingletonBlog, Old Site, Watch Your Wallet

The stock market has made headlines this year with record volatility, record drops, and even record gains. And while many investors are still sitting on the sidelines, you may already be looking for bargains amidst the wreckage. So, we’re writing to alert you to a possible problem with acting now. Are you considering buying mutual funds in a taxable account (as opposed to an IRA or 401K)? Then you should be aware that most funds distribute capital gains this time … Read More