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What happens to your ownership interest if you get divorced?

Tax Issues to Consider When Small Business Owners Get Divorced For many small business owners, their ownership interest is one of their biggest personal assets. What will happen to your ownership interest if you get divorced? In many cases, your marital estate will include all (or part) of your business interest. Sometimes, divorcing spouses continue…

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It’s a New Year and we are committed to a fresh approach

It’s a New Year and we are committed to a fresh approach By Bob Reynolds, CPA, CGMA We welcomed in 2019 about six weeks ago so we felt it appropriate to pause and reflect on how we are doing with our New Year’s resolutions. With the coming of a new year many of us resolve…

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Get the Shareholders’ Agreement Right, Save Money Later

Get the Shareholders’ Agreement Right, Save Money Later By Owen Sizemore, CPA, CVA Summary Ohio’s Seventh District Court of Appeals recently ruled that the trial court erred when it valued a company’s stock because it ignored the plain language of the parties’ shareholder agreement. Background At issue was the value of shares held by a…

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Choose the Right Business Valuation Expert

Choosing the right Business Valuation expert can yield exponentially different outcomes by Michael Stover, CPA/ABV Sometimes nobody believes the expert’s opinion, not even their client. A recent decision in Ohio’s Fifth District Appeals Court affirmed the lower court’s decision in a domestic relations case concerning the value of the husband’s interests in two family-owned agri-businesses….

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TCJA Affects Business Valuations

It’s the End of the World As We Know It? By Michael Stover, CPA/ABV I am not talking about R.E.M.’s song that debuted in 1987. I am talking about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the TCJA). This recent all-encompassing piece of legislation has certainly changed the world as we know it by…

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