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Commercial Law
Should I agree to an earn out when selling my business?

When you come to sell your business there will probably be a difference between the price that you think your business is worth and the amount that a buyer wishes to pay you. A possible middle ground is to negotiate an 'earn out' which is a structure whereby on the sale of a company you receive an initial amount, and then further sums will be paid dependent on the performance of the business following the sale.

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Types of shares and reasons for restructuring your shares

A company may choose to restructure its shares and issue different classes of share for a variety of reasons, such as raising capital, reducing debt, attracting investment, incentivising key company executives and launching a new subsidiary or spin-off company.

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Start up guide: Forming a limited company

If you have decided that a limited company is the best vehicle for your new business, there are a number of important points to consider whilst you set up the company to minimise potential complications in the future.

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Invoicing and payment terms – has your business got them right?

If getting paid on time is a growing problem for your business, is it time that you reviewed your invoices and terms and conditions to ensure that they are not leaving you open to the risk of bad debt?

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