Tag: Exit Planning

Don’t Be Tricked During Due Diligence

The investigation or “due diligence” period is a very intimate experience for business owners because a stranger will be deliberately trying to find the flaws in the company you spent your life building. Yet, through all this poking and prodding, you will have to smile and present a united front. Most potential buyers will ask […]

Don’t Be Disappointed with the Sale of Your Business!

How do you avoid not being disappointed with the money you make from the sale of your company? Perhaps you’ve heard that companies like yours trade using an industry rule of thumb or that companies of your size sell within a specific range r mutl, and you want to get at least what your peers […]