I have personally owned my family business which is a C-Corp. when I sell the
business can I get the money back?
I assume you’re talking about getting your initial investment back from your business? If that is the case then the answer is yes. When you sell your business you’ll pay off any outstanding debts that your business has, or that you’ve agreed to pay during the sale negotiation process. For example, if you sell your business in a. stock sale then you’ll likely be agreeing to pay some of the outstanding liabilities if there are some outside the normal course of business.
Once you’ve paid everything off then the remaining money from the sale gets distributed to all of the owners of the business. If you’re the only owner of the business then you’ll receive everything. Hopefully this will be more than you initially invested into the business. Good luck with your sale!
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