Key Factors To Consider When Assessing The Fairness Of Merger Terms

Posted on: 22 July 2022

When two or more businesses merge, the resulting entity can be pretty powerful. This is why it's important for the parties involved in a merger to carefully assess and negotiate the terms of the deal. If the terms aren't fair, it can lead to disputes down the road. This post highlights a few key factors to consider when assessing the fairness of merger terms. The Rights and Protections Afforded to Shareholders
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Some Options For Financial Assistance For Veterans

Posted on: 30 March 2022

If you served in the military and find yourself in need of financial aid, there are a number of ways to get the help you need. You will need to determine the type of help required and apply to the proper organization or program. Here are just a few of the options and categories available. Educational Grants Depending on when you served, different GI bills were created to help all military personnel and their dependents get an education.
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Not Just Taxes: Three Services Most People Don't Know CPAs Can Do

Posted on: 24 November 2021

When most people think about CPAs, or certified public accountants, one word comes to mind: taxes. And while CPA services are most commonly used for tax advice and tax planning, the education requirements for a CPS are actually fairly rigorous and cover far more than just taxes. Auditing and assurance Need an objective evaluation of your company's financial statements? Not only can a CPA do that, but they're also the only ones that can perform a mandatory audit for a publicly-traded company.
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A Guide On The Bail Bond Process

Posted on: 18 August 2021

It is a common thing to hear that someone got released on bail. So, what does bail mean? How is bail different from a bail bond? Who is a bondsman, and when do you need one? This post explains the bail bond process.  What Happens When You Get Arrested?  After an arrest for any crime, the police will bring you before the court within a stipulated time. Typically, the principles of natural justice presume one is innocent until proven guilty.
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