Brad Van Horn

The current ESOP landscape for smaller small businesses

Brad Van Horn joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the Employee Stock Option Plans (ESOP) landscape has changed to make it easier for smaller firms to transition, including financing and administrative costs.

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Brad Van Horn joins Jim Blasingame to report on the smallest likely size business and level of performance that it takes to transfer ownership from the founder to the employees with an Employee Stock Option Plan.
Brad Van Horn joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the pandemic has made many senior small business owners consider divesting now rather than re-launching their businesses in the post-pandemic economy.
Brad Van Horn joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the essential elements of a business that’s ready to be appraised for value and then sold to the highest bidder, including when and how to focus on your financial practices and records.
Brad Van Horn joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the parameters that made an employee stock option program feasible, including number of employees and revenue level.
Brad Van Horn joins Jim Blasingame to report on the increasing level of divesting of small businesses owned by Baby Boomers, especially due to the pandemic, and who will buy these businesses.