I Am Buying a Business.
I. . .
Before you buy the business, you need to know if it’s a worthwhile investment, how to go about making the purchase, and from where to draw funds. Once you’ve made the decision to purchase a business, you’ll need to decide if you should maintain its existing corporate and pay structure, and what the tax implications are.
At KWB, we can walk you through every step of buying a business, from due diligence, to completing the transaction, to keeping operations running smoothly.
If you’re an existing client, please give us a call and set up a meeting.
If you’re a new client, give us a call or send us an email – we’ll set up a no-commitment consultation for approximately a half-hour. We’ll talk about your business, your personal and professional goals, and answer all of your questions about us as well. If there’s a good fit, we’ll provide you with actionable advice and get you started down the path towards your goals.
Blog posts about Buying a Business
Borrowing Best Practices
You may not always understand what your banker is seeing or what they are asking for, but the good news is that both your banker and you want to see the business succeed. Here is more info on the 9 simple things that will help you become a more successful borrower.
There are many benefits that KWB receives as a member of the Quickbooks ProAdvisor program and can pass along to you. Read about what they are, including some potential cost savings for you.
2013 Federal Budget
On March 21, 2013 the federal budget was released. Read about the 4 items in the budget that we think are most likely to affect you.
Want some quick insight into what the top topics affecting the US economy are this month? Take a look at our quick snapshot.
Would you like to have a KWB staff person work directly on your accounting system at a time that is convenient for you? Or to help you figure out why your accounts aren’t balancing or why your accounting software has crashed? KWB is here to help! Learn more about our remote accounting support.
Are you interested in what some of the current economic conditions are in Europe and the U.S.? For a quick and easy to understand snapshot, in a half page summary format, read on.
Is it too late to reduce your 2012 taxes and optimize your investments?
Is it too late to reduce your 2012 taxes and optimize your investments? Perhaps not—if you contact KWB right away!
Do you own a business - either incorporated or unincorporated - and have a spouse or one or more adult children with an income lower than your own? If so, you may be able to shift your income to these other family members, effectively moving the income from a high tax rate to a low tax rate and decreasing the overall tax burden on your family. This is called income splitting.
The Value of a Unanimous Shareholders Agreement (USA)
The financial wealth of many individuals is represented by the shares of a privately-held corporation, and, as such, a shareholder agreement is an invaluable legal instrument when the corporation is being continued by other shareholders or family.
Save Money with a Health Plan
Save Money with a Health Plan
How can you save $100’s and maybe $1,000’s in taxes in one simple step? Are you an employee of your own company and do you have significant medical expenses each year of $2,000 or more not covered by a health plan? Then creating a “Private Health Services Plan” (PHSP) as soon as possible could save you big dollars.
Disaster Recovery 101
Terrible devastation caused by flooding or fires is a potent reminder that one should not delay planning for disasters in advance. Learn how to approach designing your own Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP).
Economic Update on U.S Interest Rates
Are you interested in what is happening with interest rates in the U.S.? Here is a quick and easy to understand summary.
New Business Guide for setting up your business
If you are starting a small business in Canada or are operating one already, then this article is for you.
Types of business structures
The type of structure you choose has a significant effect on the way you report your income, the type of returns you file each year, and many other matters.
Changes to the Eligible Capital Property Rules Effective January 1, 2017
Eligible capital property (ECP) includes items such as goodwill, patents, trademarks, customer lists and other intangibles with no fixed lifespan.
As of January 1, 2017, the new rules for eligible capital property will come into effect and will have a significant impact on tax deferral opportunities for companies that dispose of eligible capital property.