Business exit planning is important, because leaving your business is inevitable. Whether you're ready to leave because you want to do something else, or you're close to financial independence, you need to go through a seven-step planning process.
Why do you need a business continuity plan? Nothing about life or running a business is predictable, but it doesn't mean you can't plaan to mitigate risk.
Do you know how to value a business? Is there a gap between your financial needs and the value of your business' assets? How can you work to close it?
Taking Over a Family Business? What’s Involved in the Successful Transfer of the Family Business. (White Paper)
If you're taking over a family business, there are three principles you should keep in mind. Our free white paper download goes into more detail.
If you're selling your business, the more you know about common deal pitfalls, the better prepared you can be to handle them, or even avoid them.
You want to be able to exit your business when you feel secure to do so. One of the essential steps in this process is to grow the value of your business.
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