Business Ownership Workshop Series (Part 2) Selling my business and keeping the taxes as low as possible

Dec 27, 2021

IBA President & CEO, Gregory Kovsky, was recently a participant in the second of two panel discussions with Erin Scannell of Heritage Wealth Advisors and Wade Stringfield of SaviBank related to selling or buying a privately held company or family business. IBA has received multiple requests by individuals unable to attend the final session of the webinar to hear the content. The discussion is available here for those who missed the second webinar. The first webinar is also available for review.

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