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My current employer is having a going out of business sale

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My current employer is having a going out of business sale and I am wondering if the profit sharing plan applies to his profit from the sale of his business

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What kind of business is it?

Do you have a copy of the profit sharing plan?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I work at a jewelry store that is family owned and set up as a corporation. My employer is having serious health issues and is having a going out of business sale soon. I do have a copy of the, but thought maybe there was a general rule. Is it considered a profit if you sell everything down to the bare walls and dissolve the corporation?

The profit sharing plan in your situation is going to take into account the normal sell of stock. So, I would assume that unless otherwise stated in the plan that you should be able to get a share of the profits generated from the going out of business sell of the normal stock. Now, if there is a sell of corporate assets such as computers, cash registers, furniture, etc., this is not going to be included in a profit sharing plan.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

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