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August 9 2019

Tariffs Bring Administrative Burdens for Distributors

Volume:

49

Issue:

15

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Table of Contents:

  • Tariffs Bring Administrative Burdens for Distributors
  • Commentary: Learning from Industry Leaders
  • Is Now the Time to Convert from an S Corp to a C Corp?
  • Market Snapshot: Hydraulic Valves, Pumps & Cylinders
  • News Digest 4915

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Its common practice at accounting firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, to assist privately held distributors and other corporate clients with what the firm calls walkaway cashflow modeling, where they evaluate how the client would fare in a hypothetical sale situation. Modeling different scenarios allows the executive team to plan for the future and improve forward-looking strategic decision making.

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4915Cover

This is the PDF of this issue of Modern Distribution Management.

Table of Contents:

  • Tariffs Bring Administrative Burdens for Distributors
  • Commentary: Learning from Industry Leaders
  • Is Now the Time to Convert from an S Corp to a C Corp?
  • Market Snapshot: Hydraulic Valves, Pumps & Cylinders
  • News Digest 4915

Are you a subscriber? Simply log-in to view this issue.

Its common practice at accounting firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, to assist privately held distributors and other corporate clients with what the firm calls walkaway cashflow modeling, where they evaluate how the client would fare in a hypothetical sale situation. Modeling different scenarios allows the executive team to plan for the future and improve forward-looking strategic decision making.

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