Exit planning involves arranging your business and personal finances prior to a sale. The process can be very complicated as it often deals with taxes, investments, estate planning and more.

Working with Professionals to Sell Your Business

When we imagine the very wealthy, we often think of Wall Street executives and star professional athletes. But the truth ... Read More


Why Setting Goals Is Important, Even If They Change

Setting goals is critically important to owners who begin Exit Planning. Without goals, even the strongest processes fail, because they ... Read More


Keeping It in the Family: Transferring the Business to Children

Business owners often dismiss the option of selling their businesses to employees because employees rarely have enough money to buy ... Read More


What Comes First? Estate Planning or Exit Planning?

A successful business Exit Plan achieves three important owner goals: Financial Security: The business sale or transfer provides the amount ... Read More


The Surprising Secret to a Big Exit

We get to see a lot of company founders who are contemplating an exit. Some of our customers get lucky ... Read More


Business Continuity Planning for Co-Owners

Imagine that on the eve of your wedding, you make a plan to divorce your spouse, on friendly terms, in ... Read More


Maintain Control, Save on Taxes, and Set Fair Value Using a Buy-S...

There is a strong case for creating a Buy-Sell Agreement for co-owned businesses. If owners agree about how to appraise ... Read More


One Way to Decide When to Sell

How do you know the right time to sell your company? One answer to this age-old question is that the ... Read More