VIDEOS

Events


11/08/12


08 Add to Calendar

Karen Shapiro and Mark Schweighofer to speak to the Maryland Society of Accountants

Date: November 8, 2012

Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Speaker(s): Karen N. ShapiroMark W. Schweighofer

Event Type: Speaking Engagement

Sponsored By: Maryland Society of Accountants

Location: Holiday Inn Frederick-Conference Center at FSK Mall , 5400 Holiday Drive, Frederick, Maryland 21046

Karen Shapiro and Mark Schweighofer will be conducting a seminar on the anatomy of buying and selling a business for the Maryland Society of Accountants.

This presentation will begin with a discussion on valuing a business. It will cover the lifecycle of a transaction from the first steps of dealing with brokers, the execution of NDA's and the Letter of Intent, through financial disclosures, due diligence, and negotiations surrounding the definitive agreements, and will end with a discussion on closing and post closing issues. This presentation will include a discussion of the joint efforts of attorneys and accountants working on the various tax considerations (including sales/use tax, federal and state tax concerns, payroll, new 83(b) elections, assumption/cancellation of options, election under IRC Section 338(h)(10) and tax-free transactions under Section 368).


SEE ALL EVENTS

  • print
  • pdf

Resource Center

The Divorce Process: Preparing for Your First Meeting with a…

Review this checklist of items and information to bring to a first meeting with a divorce attorney.


more
The Divorce Process: Which Method Is Right for You?

Making the decision to get divorced is a difficult one, as is the manner in which you get divorced.


more
Emergency Succession Plans: Does Your Business Have One?

Creating an emergency succession plan provides a more secure future for family and key employees.


more
Can I Start Dating During Divorce?

There are important considerations when deciding whether to start dating during divorce.


more
Will Call: Does Your Last Will and Testament Measure Up…

Explore the statutory requirements for a will depending on which state you live in.


more