When it comes to transitioning yourself out of your company, one method is to sell your business to employees. A method of doing this is by setting up an ESOP, or an Employee Stock Ownership Plan. Although the implementation can get complicated, ESOPs can offer sellers and employees many benefits over other stock buyouts. Let’s discuss the pros and cons of this particular way to sell your company.
One of the commitments I made when becoming a Certified Financial Planner™ was carrying out the four Es. Those Es stand for Education, Examination, Experience, and Ethics. When it comes to education that particular one is near and dear to my heart. I am passionate about learning and feel it is a lifelong commitment in all areas of life. Recently, someone asked me, ”Justin, how do you keep growing as a financial planner? What are the top financial websites do you read and visit often?” So today I’m going to give you some insight on how I stay abreast in the financial world with my weekly reading list, which I consider one of the ways of continuing my education.