Introspection Leads Longtime Big Four Partner to CFO Role
"It was very important that I became more open about whether someplace else could be a better fit,” says first-time CFO Beth Schiavo after 23 years at EY.
Turning Workers Into Capitalists
Employee share ownership has merit. But that does not justify further government incentives.
The Joys of Employee Ownership: Video
For the CFO of a small experiential-learning company, the effort spent learning how to set up and run an ESOP is paying solid dividends.
How to Pay Less Tax on a Company Sale
Increased capital-gains taxes may hurt sellers of small companies, which may have to earn a lot more in order to keep pace with their objectives. Here’s how to avoid the pain.
The Pros and Cons of ESOPs
Your company is owned by a baby boomer who needs to juice up his personal liquidity. When is selling the company to its employees a sound strategy?