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  • Valuing Your Business: Part 2
    Whether you are planning to sell your business or need to determine its value for other purposes, there are five methods to doing a valuation: fair market value, fair value, book value, intrinsic value and investment value. Here's a brief summary of the five business valuation methods
  • Selling Your Business: Part 3
    Selling a business is a complex transaction that requires a lot of thoughtful consideration. In this article, we'll address process review to help you evaluate the viability of selling your business now.
  • Selling Your Business: Part 2
    Selling your business is a complex transaction with many moving parts. Among the many considerations are transaction type asset sale, stock sale and sales channel.
  • Selling Your Business: Part 4
    Selling your business is a very complex transaction. It is not something that can or should be achieved overnight. It requires careful planning and forethought. We recommend that you work with a trusted team of advisors to help you sell your business successfully.
  • Selling Your Business: Part 1
    Selling your business is a big decision, requiring a lot of thought and planning. How mentally and financially ready are you? This article will help you determine that.
  • Estate Planning 101: Trusts
    Estate planning, including creating a trust, is a complicated process and an important part of the exit planning process for business owners. This excerpt from author Joseph M. Maas' book "Exit Insight: Getting to Sold!" explains trusts as part of a successful exit strategy.
  • Using Your IRA To Purchase Property Investments: Part 2
    Did you know you could use your IRA to purchase property investments? If you follow the relevant IRS regulations, it is possible.
  • Using your IRA to Purchase Property Investments: Part 1
    Did you know you could use your IRA to purchase property investments? If you follow the relevant IRS regulations, it is possible.
  • Exit Planning: Conducting a Personal Financial Analysis
    Is your company worth enough to secure your retirement? If you're not sure, then you need to develop an exit plan which includes conducting a personal financial planning analysis.
  • What's An Exit Plan Got To Do With It?
    Exit planning is a critical step in planning a business owner's retirement. Learn why it is so important and what you can do to prepare yourself to sell your business.

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