September 4, 2013
Staying Busy! a.. RECAP of a Midwest based, $100 million revenue General Freight Company, Currently under LOI b. Sale of a SF based Integrated Logistics Company c. Sale of a NW based Drayage and Port Services Company d. Sale of a SE based Flatbed and GF carrier, independent contractor model e. Sale of SoCal based Bulk Carrier f. Sale of a ND based Oil Field Services Company g. Debt Placement on a TX based Oil Field Services Company. By staying busy talking to Investors, Buyers and Sellers; we become more effective for the next client.
August 22, 2013
This is the fifth article in a five part series that reviews the Section 1042 Capital Gains Tax Deferral. In this last installment we will briefly discuss how to potentially eliminate capital gains taxes on proceeds from the sale of a business and we will discuss the summary points on a C-Corp vs. S-Corp sale. One of the more powerful uses of the Section 1042 capital gains tax deferral is the elimination of capital gains taxes in their entirety. This requires planning, but in certain circumstances, the seller may be able to entirely eliminate capital gains taxes on the sale
January 17, 2013
Financial News Clarke Advisors News I am not sure for the reason why, maybe its a good marketing strategy, maybe we know the transport market better, perhaps the economy helps. For whatever the case, we have become very busy with a number of small and large projects most in transport but some outside of it. This includes: A $40 million Debt Recap of a $115 million dollar revenue Midwest Based Carrier, Sale of a Texas based General Frieght carrier, A Buy-Side assignment with a Family Office / Private Equity group, A debt/equity placement for a Boston based Medical Services
August 10, 2012
As we move towards the close on the sale of a Refrigerated Motor Carrier it comes to mind the various issues that can occur during the contract / due diligence period and how to avoid them in the future: a. Negotiate your LOI closely and with detail, as much detail as can reasonably be put into the document. This closes the gap between LOI terms and contract / due diligence. b. If at all possible get a schedule in place for the due diligence period. Keeping everyone on track and targeting a hard date. c. Extended closes rarely close. A