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Preparing Your Business for Sale: 5 Keys to Success

Posted 6:00 PM by
If you’re thinking about selling your business right now, you’re not alone. The pandemic has added to the sense of urgency for owners who were already inclined to sell, and it probably has many others, who were previously uninterested in selling, wondering if now might be the right time.
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SBA Explains What Approvals Are Needed for Transactions Involving PPP Loans

Posted 8:30 PM by
Over the past several months, proper management of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan has become a critical issue during transactions. Sellers and buyers, eager to move their deals along, were left wondering whether the PPP loan should be repaid and what, if any, notifications or approvals were needed – either to the SBA, the lender, or both.
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How COVID-19 Is Changing the Face of Manufacturing M&A

Posted 4:15 PM by
While COVID-19 continues to ravage all sectors of the economy, some industries have been harder hit than others, maybe none more so than manufacturing. But there is a silver lining to this dark economic cloud, and it comes in the form of deal dynamics.
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Deal Dynamics in a COVID-19 World

Posted 2:15 PM by
In an uncertain market, cash is king. And the private equity world is sitting on record levels of cash, waiting to put it to work. According to a recent report, $830 billion of buyout-related dry powder was sitting with private equity funds at the end of last year, and more than half of it sits in North America. Disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic will certainly slow the usage of these funds, but the changing dynamics will likely create exceptional buying opportunities for prudent investors.
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Valuation Considerations During Times of Financial Uncertainty

Posted 1:30 PM by
As the country focuses its attention on COVID-19, and with most of the nation under strict “stay-at-home” orders allowing only essential businesses to operate, many private companies in a variety of industries are suffering the economic impact of the current public health crisis.
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SBA Affiliation Rules May Affect COVID-19 Economic Relief Efforts

Posted 3:45 PM by
Within days of President Trump signing the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, small businesses are racing to obtain relief from the impact of COVID-19 through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) in the form of a forgivable Small Business Administration (SBA) loan.
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Danny Charles Joins KSM as Director in Transaction Services Group

Posted 6:15 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller is pleased to announce Danny Charles has joined the firm as the newest director in its Transaction Services Group.
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Lee to Moderate Panel at 2019 Indiana University Kelley School of Business Private Equity Conference

Posted 4:34 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Mike Lee, a partner in the firm’s Transaction Services Group, will moderate a panel at the 2019 Indiana University Kelley School of Business Private Equity Conference. Taking place on Oct. 24 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, the event will gather private equity specialists, investment bankers, and industry professionals to discuss key industry dynamics and strategies.
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Selling Your Company? Make the Most of It With a Quality of Earnings Report

Posted 2:10 PM by
One of the most significant career events for a business owner is selling his or her company. The stakes are high, and a financial payout is on the line. While an audit or review of the company’s financial statements confirm that management has presented the financial position and results appropriately, they won’t identify key risks and issues that will interest buyers.
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How Wayfair v. South Dakota Changed M&A Due Diligence

Posted 5:50 PM by
The U.S. Supreme Court recently shifted one of the foundational principles that determine how a state can tax business transactions within its boundaries. This change will have a cascading effect in the deal space. In South Dakota v. Wayfair (Wayfair), the court held that an out-of-state company could establish nexus by exceeding certain thresholds of dollar volume or number of sales into the state, a standard known as “economic nexus.” Moving forward, potential buyers and sellers need to understand the new complexities the Wayfair decision has added to the due diligence process. It is more important than ever to have deep knowledge of what the target business sells, where it has established nexus, and whether or not it has complied with obligations in those states.
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