Tag Archives: Exit

Exclusion for Qualified Small Business Stock

The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act, passed in December 2015, extended an often overlooked provision of the tax code with the potential to provide significant savings to small business owners and non-corporate investors.  Section 1202 of the Internal Revenue Code permits the seller of a “qualified small business” to exclude up to 100% of … Continue reading this entry

Selling a Company: Important Considerations as Discussed by the Experts

As tech founders and executives contemplate the possibility of exiting their companies, there are multiple factors they must consider. On May 3rd at FoleyTECH Chicago 2016, four seasoned entrepreneurs  came together to discuss their different reasons for, approaches to and ideas about selling a company.… Continue reading this entry

4 Ways to Protect Your Business During Exit Talks

There comes a time when just about every reasonably successful startup gets an exit opportunity. For founders, these moments are triumphant. You’ve dedicated years of your life to building something, and now somebody wants to pay you a lot of money for it. That’s not only rewarding, it’s also validating. Trouble is, an offer is … Continue reading this entry

Choosing the Right Path for Liquidity: Business and Personal Considerations

Choosing to sell is only the first of many complicated decisions founders make when considering an exit. Founders face countless challenges at this crucial turning point for their company. At the 2015 FOLEYTech Summit, Susan Pravda, Foley’s Boston Office Managing Partner, led panelists David Friend, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Carbonite, Inc.; Ron Gruner, Co-Founder … Continue reading this entry