ESOPs come with a plethora of benefits: they are tax deductible, can motivate employees, and can be a great way to exit a business without company leadership losing strategic power to a third-party seller. However, ESOPs are also subject to strict valuation requirements from the IRS and Department of Labor (DOL). This is why it’s important to have a trusted and independent appraiser that can assess the fair market value of your organization.
By working with Quist, you’ll gain access to a dedicated team of valuation experts that can satisfy your immediate and ongoing ESOP valuation requirements. We strive to truly understand the businesses we work with, allowing us to not only provide valuations that stand up to IRS and DOL scrutiny, but also insights businesses can use to make better decisions about their ESOP moving forward.
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