Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP’s) can be effective exit strategies for business owners, especially those who preplan in advance of their exit date. Often times business owners initially don’t like the concept when it is first presented. However, after reviewing their situation with an ESOP attorney and later running some tax numbers with their certified public accountants (CPA’s), some business owners change their mind and decide an ESOP is right for them.
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