HOW TO STRUCTURE A BUSINESS SALE - ASSET VS. STOCK SALE?
Once the difficult decision has been made to sell the business you now need to decide how to structure the sale. Competing interest from the seller and the buyer can make this a difficult task. What's best for the seller may not be good for the buyer and vice versa. What are some of the differences between an asset versus stock sale?
- Differences between an Asset and Stock Sale
- Taxation Impacts
About the Presenter:
Hear from industry experts Robert Rogers and Joe Langford.
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Meet Joe Langford:
Joe began his accounting career immediately following his graduation from Texas A&M in 1985 with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Before founding Carpenter & Langford, PLLC, he gained valuable real-world experience, first with Gibson, Johnson & Co. and later with John Winn and Associates. Joe enjoys working closely with businesses to help them manage and control all their financial-related activities. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Austin Chapter of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Joe remains involved in a variety of community and leadership organizations, and he currently serves on the Board of Directors for Breast Cancer Resource Center, the Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum, with the Capital Area Dental Foundation, and on the Senior Aggie Leadership Council.
Meet Robert Rogers:
Robert earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, followed by a Master of Taxation from the University of Denver. With an early career in the automobile manufacturing industry as an operations director, he brings a deep background of fixed operations and client relations to the firm. Robert has also served as a Revenue Agent for the Internal Revenue Service and brings a wealth of knowledge in tax planning, tax consulting, and tax compliance. Robert is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in both the state of Texas and Colorado. He originally joined Carpenter & Langford, PLLC in 2016 as a staff accountant. He enjoys cycling, spending time with family, and volunteering in the community.