Skip to Content

Tag: Samantha Lincoln


Smart Talk

M&A: Assess your timing

December 14, 2020Samantha Lincoln

Q. Is the timing right to sell my business?  A. This question sparked my interest because on the night of Dec. 21, 2020, the winter solstice, Jupiter and Saturn will form the “Great Conjunction.” They will be in alignment closer together – just 0.1 degree apart – than they have been in nearly 800 years. (They align every 20 years or so, but this is the closest.)  Only you and your adviser can assess your specific timing, but several “planets”...

acquisitions, M&A, mergers, Paragon Ventures, Samantha Lincoln


Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Smart Talk

M&A: Understand what value encompasses

November 11, 2020Samantha Lincoln

Q. When selling my business, how can I know I'm getting the best value?A. To have confidence you're receiving the best value, consider the following: What constitutes value First, I want to emphasize that the best value may not necessarily be the best price. Value encompasses the entirety of the offer, including timing, price and form of consideration (ie. cash, stock, seller notes, earnout), as well as what happens to your brand, your team, your location, and how tied you are to the business going...

Paragon Ventures, Samantha Lincoln


Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Smart Talk

Mergers & Acquisitions: Save time with an advisor

October 5, 2020Samantha Lincoln

Q. If I know the most likely buyers for my business, do I need to hire an M&A advisor?A. Of course you don't need to, but here are five key reasons why you would want to.Advisors know the decision makersYou may know the company, but do you know the M&A folks within those companies and what information they like to see? An advisor knows the strategic importance of your business and how to present it to each buyer, which can be very different. Advisors create a processKnowing other potential buyers...

mergers & acquisitions, Paragon Ventures, Samantha Lincoln


Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Smart Talk

Mergers & Acquisitions: Consider tax implications

September 9, 2020Samantha Lincoln

Q. Would a change to capital gains tax impact the sale of my business?A. Yes, potentially a lot.You have a solid business you've built for years, maybe decades. You've thought about a sale in the near-ish future. Considering the implications of possible tax increases on net proceeds might move up your timetable.Regardless of who wins in November, I think we can agree the need to pay for 2020 Covid spending and other government overruns will put tax increases on the table, including long term capital...

mergers & acquisitions, Paragon Ventures, Samantha Lincoln


Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Providers

Samantha Lincoln offers 'perspective' on buying and selling

July 2, 2020Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

NEWTOWN, Pa. - Over her 25-year career, Samantha Lincoln has built a “varied and colorful” resume that includes launching her own investment firm and serving as director of business development for Pacific Pulmonary Services, where she assisted with its sale to Teijin Ltd.Lincoln, who was recently named a managing director at Paragon Ventures, spoke with HME News about her new role and the perspective she offers to buyers and sellers.HME News: What are you focused on in your new role...

HOme medical equipment, M&A, Paragon Ventures, Samantha Lincoln


Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Also Noted

Paragon Ventures hires former Pacific Pulmonary exec

May 12, 2020HME News Staff

NEWTOWN, Pa. - Paragon Ventures has named Samantha Lincoln, formerly director of business development for Pacific Pulmonary Services, as managing director. “Our sell-side investment banking advisory business continues to grow nationally, and we are committed to having the highest caliber of talent across our team to best serve our clients,” said Marc Rose, president and managing partner. Lincoln assisted with the sale of PPS, the fifth largest home respiratory company in the country,...

M&A, Paragon Ventures, Samantha Lincoln


Read Full Articlered right arrow icon