This informative and in-depth Q&A between a well-recognized tax attorney, who was previously an investment banker, and an M&A and valuation expert contains answers for your most relevant tax planning questions during this pandemic, and beyond to a normalized economy. Objective Managing Director Channing Hamlet speaks with Attorney Megan Jones from Withersworlwide about tax planning strategies and best practices to optimize financial results in any situation.
Topics addressed include
- What kind of tax planning or entitiy structuring strategies should you enact in order to prepare for exit or sale of your company?
- What are the most important tax considerations in the context of debt and debt restructuring, especially during our current crisis?
- How far in advance should you be planning or changing your entitiy structure before sale?
- Should you consider repricing your stock options in order to maximize incentive and rentention value for employees?
- Real world examples of client stories to educate you moving forward
Watch the full Q&A video below
About the Author:
Managing Director, Objective Capital Partners
20+ Years of Experience
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