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Esop the Ultimate Instrument in Succession Planning

by Robert A. Frisch

  • ISBN: 9780471434443
  • ISBN10: 0471434442

Esop the Ultimate Instrument in Succession Planning

by Robert A. Frisch

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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Edition: 2
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Publish date: 09/01/2001
  • ISBN: 9780471434443
  • ISBN10: 0471434442
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Description: Chapter 1. Historical Background of ESOPs. Chapter 2. The Magic of ESOPs. 2.1 Why ESOPs Are an Instrument of Succession Planning. 2.2 How an ESOP Can Create a Market for a Stockholder's Stock. 2.3 How a Corporation Can Cut the Cost of Borrowing Nearly in Half. 2.4 ESOPs-What they Really Are. 2.5 ESOP-The Ideal Financial Machine. 2.6 Advantages-Generally. 2.7 Congressional Backing. 2.8 ESOP-A Misunderstood Program. 2.9 Cost to Implement and Administer ESOPs. Chapter 3. The Environment for ESOPs. 3.1 The ESOP Concept. 3.2 Slow Early Days of ESOPs. 3.3 Real Social Security through ESOPs. 3.4 ESOPs and Motivation. 3.5 The Use of ESOPs to Save Jobs. Chapter 4. Exit Alternatives for Owners of Private Corporations. 4.1 The Preamble to Ownership Transition. 4.2 Selling the Company to an Outside Buyer. 4.3 The Initial Public Offering Alternative. 4.4 The Management Buyout Alternative. 4.5 The ESOP Alternative. Chapter 5. Planning for Succession. Chapter 6. ESOP versus Going Public versus Selling the Company. 6.1 Going Public. 6.2 Leveraged ESOP Loan versus Public Equity Financing. 6.3 Selling to Outsiders. 6.4 Selling to an ESOP. Chapter 7. How You Can Defer or Avoid All Taxes by Selling Some or All Your Private Company to Employees. 7.1 The Tax-Deferred Stock Rollover. 7.2 Stock That Is Eligible for the Nonrecognition Sale. 7.3 ESOP Three-Year Holding Requirement. 7.4 Qualified Replacement Property. 7.5 Floating Rate Note. 7.6 How to Create an Actively Traded Portfolio with a Floating Rate Note. 7.7 How to Bootstrap a Seller-Financed ESOP. 7.8 Allocation Eligibility. 7.9 Procedures for Nontax Recognition on Stock Sale. 7.10 The Corporation's Consent to the Nontax Recognition. 7.11 How to Achieve Tax Nonrecognition with Less Bank Leverage. 7.12 Tax Nonrecognition on an Installment Sale. 7.13 Tax Requirements for the Tax-Deferred Rollout. 7.14 Selling the Company to Outsiders. Chapter 8. How to Value the Stock of a Closely Held Company. 8.1 Why Have a Valuation? 8.2 Independence of the Appraiser. 8.3 Adequate Consideration. 8.4 The Valuation Report Contents. 8.5 Methods for Valuing Stock. 8.6 Fairness Opinion. 8.7 Control Premium, Minority Discounts, and Marketability Discounts. 8.8 Information the Appraiser Needs. 8.9 Summary. Chapter 9. Eligibility for ESOP Participation. 9.1 Eligibility. Chapter 10. How to Fund an ESOP at Zero Net Outlay. Chapter 11. Contribution and Allocation Parameters of the ESOP. 11.1 Employer Contribution Limits. 11.2 Eligible Compensation. 11.3 Employer Contribution Limits to a Nonleveraged ESOP. 11.4 Combination ESOP. 11.5 Leveraged ESOP. 11.6 Dividends. 11.7 Contribution Limits on ESOPs in Conjunction with Other Qualified Plans. 11.8 Allocating the Benefits. 11.9 Allocation Exclusions. 11.10 Family Members Who Are Prohibited from Participation. 11.11 Family Members Who Can Participate in the Allocation. 11.12 Stockholders Who Own More Than 25 Percent of the Sponsor's Stock Directly or by Attribution. 11.13 How to Determine if One Owns More Than 25 Percent. Chapter 12. ESOPs for Subchapter S Corporations. 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 Tax Flowthrough Attributes of S Corporations. 12.3 Unavailability of the 1042 Tax-Deferred Rollover. 12.4 Dividend Deductibility. 12.5 Leveraged S Corporation ESOPs. 12.6 Distributions to Terminated Participants. 12.7 Prohibited Transaction Rules. 12.8 Subchapter S Corporation ESOPs as an Employee Benefit. 12.9 Conversion-S to C/C to S Corporation. 12.10 Subchapter S Corporation ESOP Strategies. Chapter 13. How ESOPs Can Increase Working Capital and Cash Flow. Chapter 14. How t
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