Business Exit Strategies provides the following Exit Planning White Papers to help business owners and their professional advisors structure an effective plan for the transfer of the ownership interest in the business. They go into greater detail in explaining particular aspects of the planning process.
When an owner thinks about leaving his or her business, the number of exit routes might seem unending. In fact, there are only a few. The Exit Routes White Paper discusses the pros and cons of each one. It describes a process that enables business owners to choose the exit path and strategies that are the best for their unique situation. It is offered with our compliments when you confirm your subscription to The Exit Planning eNews.
Discover how a business valuation helps to dispel many of the common misconceptions that owners have about the value of their business and what that value means to their overall exit plan. The Business Valuation White Paper describes the different ways in which businesses are valued and how using the services of an experienced business valuator may also help owners avoid an unpleasant encounter with Canada Revenue Agency.
At some point, every owner is going to leave his or her business — voluntarily or otherwise. How does a business owner leave their business in style? The Inevitabilities White Paper discusses a proven planning process that is designed to achieve a business owner's financial and other goals. It also looks at who the business owner can rely on to help them at each step of the process.
The job of every business owner is to grow the value of his or her business prior to a sale. Exactly how does an owner do that? Read the Value Drivers White Paper to learn about the characteristics that buyers look for in a prospective business acquisition and that must exist before the sale process even begins. If those characteristics are not present, the business may not even be salable — at any price.
Business continuity planning is a means of handling a variety of consequences that impact the business and the remaining (or new) owner(s) when the original owner leaves. The Business Continuity White Paper discusses four primary problems that sole-owned and co-owned companies face when an owner dies or becomes disabled. It also proposes solutions to each of these problems.