Device policies pertaining to smartphones and other technology tools are evolving. Loose “bring your own device” (BYOD) policies are giving way to stricter “choose your own device” (CYOD) or “corporate-owned, personally enabled” (COPE) policies. A CYOD policy lets employees buy a device for combined personal/work use from a company-approved list. Generally, the employee owns the device while the business owns the SIM card and any proprietary data. Under a COPE policy, the employer buys and owns the device, which is intended for business use. The cost is higher, but it comes with greater control. We can help you analyze the potential costs of a device policy and make the right choice.
In the ups and downs of real estate, you need financial advisors who can help you structure the right deal, manage it well, and get the most from your time and investment. LB Carlson helps you navigate the market whether you buy, sell, build out, or manage residential and commercial real estate properties. We’ve analyzed every kind of partnership, advised on the tax consequences of transactions, and assisted with the systems and budgets of managing several entities.
Along with our long-standing network of lending relationships, we can assist you with negotiations, cash flow projections, debt restructuring, tax compliance, and sale/leaseback analyses. We will help you assess the best debt or equity financing option and timing to purchase, lease or sell property for the best tax benefit.
Our nationwide client base includes:
- Development companies
- Management companies
- Real estate owners and investors
- Custom home builders