David Frederick

Business owners face many challenges when it comes time to sell their business, not the least of which is taxation on the sales proceeds. There are strategies that can minimize these taxes, including approaches that use charitable intermediaries in the sale. These strategies can be effective, but have difficulties of their own. This articles discusses some benefits and obstacles of using charitable strategies to sell a business.

Click to read, Clearing Obstacles to Sound Tax Policy: The Case Against the Anticipatory Assignment of Income Doctrine in the Charitable Context, Authored by David Frederick, J.D., LL.M., Director of Wealth Planning at First Bank Wealth Management and Adjunct Professor of Economics at Washington University, and published in 4 Bus. Entrepreneurship & Tax L. Rev. 59 (2020). David may be reached at 314-995-8764 or via email at David.Frederick@fbol.com.

Available at: https://scholarship.law.missouri.edu/betr/vol4/iss1/5