4 Common Issues That Could Arise After a Merger & Acquisition Is Complete (And What to Do About Them)

Mergers and acquisitions can be complicated in ways that you may not realize when you begin the process. It is only after the transition is complete that you may notice small problems that may make a big difference. Some of the most common issues that companies face after a merger or acquisition are outlined below. […]

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Agriculture & Debt: What Farmers Need to Know About Chapter 12 Bankruptcy

Chapter 12 bankruptcy is rarely used because few debtors qualify for its provisions. In fact, when Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings are in the hundreds of thousands, Chapter 12 filings are usually in the hundreds. Chapter 12 bankruptcy is specifically designed to help family farmers and fishermen, as opposed to larger businesses or individuals. […]

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4 Signs of a Strong Merger & Acquisition

A merger and acquisition can be a smart strategic move for companies with plenty of economic prospects. That said, some M&A transactions are stronger than others. The following signs can help you predict whether your company can survive a merger and acquisition—and whether it will pay off. 1) Thorough initial assessments Long before the integration […]

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Understanding Earnout Agreements

Anyone with an interest in the sale, acquisition, or merger of a business might be faced with the prospect of entering into an Earnout Agreement. In a business merger and acquisition environment, an Earnout Agreement enables buyers and sellers to assign a variable value to part of the sale price and tie it to the […]

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Understanding Garnishments

You owe a creditor money. Perhaps you made some bad investments or you were forced to pay significant medical bills when a loved one was in an accident or developed a severe illness. Now, you are past due on a hefty credit card bill. You discover that your creditor obtained permission for a garnishment by […]

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