This white paper describes 10 deal pitfalls (in no particular order) that each have the capability to derail a deal, some more effectively than others.
What could be easier than transferring your family business to its natural successor: your heirs apparent, your offspring?
Owners begin thinking about the Exit Planning Process when two streams of thought begin to converge. The first stream is a feeling that they want to do something besides go to work every day…
Bicycle riders appreciate the importance of avoiding headwinds on a long ride, especially as they approach the end. A headwind causes a rider to either expend more effort or take more time to arrive at a destination.
When business owners start to think about exiting their companies, the number of possible Exit Paths can seem limitless. In reality, there are only eight:
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