earn out


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earn out

verb bring to a zero balance, bring up to date, defray the expenses, lend, loan, paid back, pay back after an advance, repayment, used upGenerally: indemnify, recoupment, reimburse, remit
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Post sale contracts like earn outs and warranties were selected as a key challenge by a quarter while finding the right advisor was also an issue for a little over a fifth.
Mr Hodgson said: 'The new guidelines on earn outs indicate that the application of Income Tax and National Insurance will be brought to bear where the Revenue believes that companies have used earn-outs as a tax avoidance measure, for example where actual remuneration is disguised as additional consideration for shares.
The Board of Directors has decided to be even more flexible and open, in consideration of the realities of the financial markets, to a wider array of offers, including joint ventures, earn outs, mergers and reverse mergers.
In clarifying the terms of these acquisitions, the company stated that the purchase price for the two companies totals approximately $20 million in cash and stock, with additional earn outs possible in the future.
The consideration for this acquisition will be paid partly in cash and partly by way of future cash earn outs.
SOS will acquire substantially all of the business of VIP for an initial price not to exceed $100,000 in cash, plus future earn outs.
1 million payment against future earn outs from the sale of the BiliChek product line.
The company declined to release acquisition prices but stated that it was a combination of cash and stock and included earn outs for management based upon revenue and profitability objectives.
SOS will acquire substantially all of the business of Snake River for an initial price not to exceed $100,000 in cash, plus future earn outs.
In addition, Pen has the right to receive $700,000 of contingent earn outs for a potential total sale price of $4 million.
for $400,000 in cash plus future earn outs based upon growth in gross profit.