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Frequently Asked Questions

ESOPs often provide tax advantages for both the selling owner and the company itself, making the transaction financially attractive. There are no broker fees and the proceeds from the stock sales are taxed as capital gains instead of the high tax rates applied to the asset sales to external buyers.

ESOPs have traditionally been very expensive. Sharevance is changing that my leveraging the best of technology and industry experience. It’s not free but compared to the success fees of business brokers and the associated taxes, an ESOP through Sharevance can be really cost effect.

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Running an ESOP involves administrative tasks, compliance with regulations, and ongoing communication with employee shareholders. The complexity and costs associated with these responsibilities can be a concern. Sharevance handles all the administrative demands of your ESOP, from employee distributions to Form 5500 filings.

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