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While working on setting a date, you can get started on a second element: making a preliminary analysis of your financial needs. Most of us have been through the exercise of listing assets and expenses so that our financial advisor can plug in various growth and inflation assumptions as well as our life expectancies and
Setting a target departure date is absolutely indispensable to creating an exit plan. An exit plan for an owner who wants out in two years will look quite different than the plan for the same owner willing to stay for ten. Some owners, however, attempt to avoid establishing this date because they believe that they
Next-level management teams are the drivers behind building business value. But how can you and your advisors attract and keep next-level management teams? The answer lies within incentive plans. When incentive plans are properly designed and implemented, your business has the potential to grow well after you sell. Well-executed incentive plans can motivate each member
Monday, 23 November 2020 by Business Exit Planning
Starting the preparations to sell your business is never easy. Selling or buying a business comes with mixed emotions and hard decisions. There are a lot of variables to consider. One action item to discuss early is the process of due diligence. In order for you to attract a buyer to your company, you must