Anti-sandbagging is a clause or provision that is seller-friendly and is usually seen in purchase and sale agreements for mergers and acquisitions. Its main purpose is to make sure that the buyer cannot bring legal action against the seller if there is a breach of warranty that the buyer knew about before closing.
The middle market represent one-third of private sector GDP and employ approximately 25% of the total labor force. Yet, it is estimated 70% of mid market businesses can never be sold. Michael Nall, Founder of the AM&AA, provides his insight on this concerning statistic.
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Noah Rosenfarb, CPA/ABV/PFS has devoted his career to advising business owners on all things related to money. He is a Personal CFO and Holistic Wealth Coach at Freedom Business Advisors, which provides middle market business owners guidance on how to successfully transition out of the management and or ownership of their company. Mr. Rosenfarb is the author of EXIT: Healthy, Wealthy and Wise and co-hosts the Divestopedia podcast where he is both a contributor and Advisory Board member.
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