The “Earnout” as an Exit Strategy

Commonly used to either bridge a funding gap or when the future performance of a business is uncertain, an earnout allows the current business owner to receive a share of the future profits of the business for a specified period – usually between six months and two years.

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Although usually best to avoid, an EARNOUT can be a useful tool in certain situations. Learn more with a courtesy consultation at EGS.