04 Dec

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3 Types of Liquidation and What’s Best for Your Situation

3 Types of Liquidation and What’s Best for Your Situation

There are many reasons why a company may need to liquidate its assets. In fact, business asset liquidation is relatively common. For those unaware, when a business is liquidated—regardless of whether it is insolvent or solvent—a formal process transpires whereby the corporate entity stops all transactions. The business assets are sold to the highest bidder, and the capital that is generated from the asset sales is used to pay off any outstanding debts that the business may have. Assuming all debts have been paid off, any leftover money is distributed to all applicable shareholders of the company before they go their separate ways. It should…

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11 Nov

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What Are the Consequences of Liquidating a Company

What Are the Consequences of Liquidating a Company

For many entrepreneurs, opening a company allows them to avoid personal liability for the trading debts of their business, and also to safeguard their personal assets in the unfortunate event of failure. For businesses that operate as a company entity, it is the company that owns all business assets, which also means that the company…

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04 Nov

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What You Need to Know About Liquidation Preferences

What You Need to Know About Liquidation Preferences

If your business has an investor, or if you’re considering working with venture capitalists (VC), then one term that you need to familiarize yourself with is “liquidation preferences,” which indicates who gets paid when your company enters liquidation and the payment order when dissolving assets. It is meant to protect investors in the event that…

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20 Mar

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How to Choose the Best Business Equipment Liquidators

How to Choose the Best Business Equipment Liquidators

Liquidating business equipment means getting back some of the capital that you invested into your wares. Sometimes, businesses liquidate their stock because the equipment is no longer relevant, and upgrades are needed. Other times, liquidation is needed to produce quick cash to satisfy creditors. An unfortunate reality of business ownership is that very often the…

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09 Mar

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Types of Appraisals for Asset Liquidation

Types of Appraisals for Asset Liquidation

If a business has surplus assets or needs to generate funds, liquidation is a viable solution. Business assets can be converted into capital if their value is professionally appraised. A professional appraiser is an impartial third party that instills trust in the liquidator and whatever entity purchases the assets. Did you know that there are…

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