Deciding to put your business on the market is a difficult and often lengthy process. Most business owners take years to reach a point where they agree to even consider selling their business. So few situations are more frustrating to a business owner than facing the possible truth that their business simply is not yet saleable.
According to BizBuySell’s Second Quarter 2016 Insight Report, the first six months of 2016 are on track to surpass 2015 and 2014 record-setting years for the total number of small businesses changing hands. All that sounds like great news, unless you are the business owner who has failed to sell out.
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Holly also founded ExitPromise.com and to date has answered more than 2,000 questions asked by business owners about starting, growing and selling a business.
Latest posts by Holly Magister, CPA, CFP
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