The ABC’s of ESOPs Webinar

To download a pdf of the presentation slides, click here This is a one-and-a-half hour live Audio/Web Seminar that covers the basics of ESOPs from A to Z. This Audio/Web Seminar is designed for company owners and financial officers who want to determine whether an ESOP might be a good fit for their company. This program is designed to provide a broad overview of the advantages and disadvantages of ESOPs, without going into the detailed technical aspects of ESOPs. Program Agenda Why ESOPs Are Popular Liquidity & Diversification for Seller Employee Productivity Increase Company Cash Flow Business Succession ESOPs vs. Other Alternatives ESOP Disadvantages Menke Services Q&A ... Read More..

ESOPS and Employee Productivity

USING ESOPS TO IMPROVE EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY You’ve read about them—companies that seem to have found the key to success in an unstable business environment: “Sales Jump 312% as Employees Learn Rules of the Game” at Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation in Missouri. Management Accounting. Inc. magazine awards its Entrepreneur of the Year award to all 240 owner-employees of the Connecticut firm Reflexite, Inc. Out of 2,700 private companies evaluated, 4 of the 5 finalists had substantial employee ownership. Inc. ... Read More..

Why Should You Consider an ESOP?

Dear Reader: As president of Menke & Associates, Inc., I believe there is significant untapped growth potential in most privately held companies. Whether you want to sell some or all of your stock in the company in the next five years or whether you plan to remain active for the long term, Menke & Associates, Inc. proposes to work with you to develop a program which should help you achieve your growth potential and multiply the total value of your investment in the company. Our experience with more than 2,000 companies nationwide since 1974 proves to us that only on-site, hands-on owners consistently tap the energy, unlock the ingenuity, and muster the commitment necessary to make a business successful. After all, who cares whether the business succeeds or fails? Only owners really care. Over the past 35 years more than 40,000 U.S. company owners have taken advantage of this opportunity ... Read More..