FAQs | Read Time: 3 minutes

Use Convertible Promissory Notes to Grow Your Business

What is a Convertible Promissory Note? A Convertible Promissory Note (“CPN”) is an option for companies that want to build capital without issuing stock or ownership units immediately. An investor, instead of receiving stock or another form of equity upon investment, would receive a CPN. The CPN is a form of debt that converts into equity (typically, preferred stock...

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Taxes on Restricted Stock for Employees

Beverage manufacturers, distributors, and vendors–like other closely held companies–often use grants of their own stock to compensate and incentivize employees, consultants and other providers (for simplicity, this articles refers to all of them as “employees”). These grants have major tax consequences. News Flash: Stock Grants are Subject to Income Taxes Generally, when money or property is given to an...

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