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with Martha Sullivan

11/20/18

Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m 64?

The Beatles recorded “When I’m Sixty-Four” in 1966 when songwriter Paul McCartney was just 24 years old, and old age and retirement were a distant notion.

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11/01/18

What will your last job change be?

When was the last time you changed jobs? Do you remember the exhilaration of it? I was reminded of how exciting it can be as I grabbed coffee with someone today who recently started a new gig.

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10/17/18

The Wayfair decision — Can sales tax break a deal?

Tax exposure is certainly a risk every buyer should understand and analyze because it can be significant. On June 21, the Supreme Court upped the ante related to tax risk, particularly sales tax risk.

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10/02/18

Personal guarantees — When business is personal

What’s technically correct may not be fair — or at least what you and I would consider fair.

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09/13/18

What happens after the champagne is popped? Part 3

In this installment, we shift gears and assume the business acquisition was structured as a stock purchase such as in a family and some employee transitions.

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Spending half her career as an advisor to privately-held and family businesses and the other half in CFO/COO roles, Martha Sullivan is a partner and the succession planning practice leader in the business transition strategies group at Honkamp, Krueger & Co., P.C. She and her team have extensive experience assisting business owners achieve their personal, business, and transition goals. “Don’t think of the 'exit' from your business like it’s a four-letter word. Make it your next adventure!”

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