It’s never too early to plan your business exit.
There are three main routes to business exit: family succession, trade sale and management buyout. Each has their advantages and disadvantages and we can help you decide which is best for you.
You’ll want to know how much your business is worth and how to get the best price. We can provide you with a valuation to make sure that your business is not undervalued. We’ll also provide simple and effective ways to make sure you get the best price for your business. We can help you prepare for the due diligence questions which are an inevitable part of any business sale.
When you sell your business you’ll want to make sure you don’t have to give too much to the tax man. We’ll assess your personal and corporate tax liabilities to make sure you get as much as possible from your exit.
Don’t wait until you are ready to sell. With input from our tax team and corporate finance specialists together with lawyers and business sale specialists who we can introduce you to, you can rest assured that you will achieve a successful outcome.
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Third in a series of webinars in support of business owners for all stages of the business lifecycle. Whether it is take off, growth, exit or an emergency landing, each webinar will cover all you need to know.
In this article we are exploring some of the options available to you when you decide to exit your business. You have created a business and lifestyle that is a going concern, but it is time for you to pass on the reins, sell the business, retire, or just do something else. There is much to consider, let’s take a look at the options…
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