Does it Make Sense for a Construction Company Owner to Exit via Sale to an ESOP?

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There are many tax reasons why a small construction business organized as a limited liability company (LLC) chooses to operate as a flow-through partnership or disregarded entity taxed as a Schedule C filer on Form 1040. What happens, however, if you have successfully operated your construction business as an LLC, but have reached a point in your personal life that you want to achieve maximum liquidity and are willing to share continued success and the potential upside with your employees? Your exit strategy options may be very limited because you are a small construction business with a limited …read more

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