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.

The Downside of Selling Someone Else’s Product

Are you tempted to re-sell someone else’s product to boost your topline revenue? On the surface, becoming a distributor ... Read More


Building Value is the Win-Win-Win of Exit Planning

In all likelihood, you are absolutely critical to the success of your business. Without you, there is no business. We ... Read More


What is Your Business Really Worth?

For many owners, the answer to one question determines whether they can leave their companies: “How much money will I ... Read More


Will this be the year you seriously drive up the value of your co...

If you have resolved to make your company more valuable in 2017, you may want to think hard about how your ... Read More


Top Excuses Owners Use to Avoid Exit Planning

Like every owner, you will one day exit your business, voluntarily or involuntarily. On that day, you will want to ... Read More


Selecting Your Exit Goals

When a man does not know which harbor he is heading for, no wind is the right wind. –Seneca The ... Read More


Market Share vs. Addressable Market

Imagine you’re a farmer and you’ve been tending to your crops all year. It’s ... Read More


Failure to Plan Has a Price

I never worry about action, but only about inaction. –Winston Churchill “I haven’t decided what I ultimately want to ... Read More