ESOP Benefits for Business Owners

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A sale to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) is a rarely used Exit Path, but business owners have begun taking interest in the possibilities they provide.

An ESOP can be many things, but in its simplest form, it’s a qualified retirement plan that must invest primarily in the stock of a business owner’s company. When pursuing an ESOP as an Exit Plan, business owners sell their stock in their businesses to the ESOP.

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