As a business owner, you’d want to retain earnings to brace for an uncertain tomorrow, so that your company can still operate even if credit markets are posting less-than-rosy indicators, such as high interest rates and shorter repayment time frames -- or tenors, as debt specialists call them.
A company that consistently has made money and retained it over a long period has a bigger income pile than an entity that has unsuccessfully coped with competitive tedium during the same period.
When you sell your company, the retained earnings account shows a zero-dollar balance because your business no longer has an operating life from a legal and a financial reporting standpoints.
To understand the subtleties of this account, it’s helpful to make sense of what makes it up, as well as how retained earnings evolve over time.
When you sell your company, you give up everything, including corporate assets and records, such as financial accounts.
A deal may be euphemistically called a "merger of equals" if both CEOs agree that joining together is in the best interest of both of their companies, while when the deal is unfriendly (that is, when the management of the target company opposes the deal) it may be regarded as an "acquisition".
This page will offer special lot pricing, as well as discounts for purchasing directly from the facility being liquidated.
Material In House (4/17/2017) This warehouse liquidation features a variety of our major products, including pallet rack, shelving, conveyor & mezzanine.
The Distribution center being dismantled featured a three-story pick module system with the aforementioned products.
The system is structured with a pallet rack supported mezzanine and housed with steel shelving and various conveyor systems.