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Estimating if we will have enough money to meet our repurchase obligations
A question that clients frequently ask is "Will we have enough money to meet our repurchase obligations and still achieve our growth objectives?" To answer this question, we perform an ESOP sustainability analysis.
To determine if your cash flow can support the repurchase obligations, your repurchase obligation forecast needs to be integrated into a more comprehensive model that includes a projected income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement. ESOP Economics will work with you to create this model and to help answer your questions about the affordability of the repurchase obligations in light of your other business plans. The model will also provide a tool for comparing the consequences of alternative strategies for managing and funding the repurchase obligations. This process will give you the information you need to make informed decisions about managing your ESOP.
Our fees for a sustainability analysis are based on the amount of time we spend. A brief fact-finding telephone conversation will allow us to estimate the cost and prepare a proposal for you.