Exit Strategies: Plan Early and Often Begin Your Retirement Planning Now

Consider your exit strategy from the very start, before you even open your business, in fact. Having an end in mind (and a timetable) can affect how you structure your business, which can have tremendous tax and inheritance consequences down the road.

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EGS loves to discover articles like this one. Simple and clear advice. Will you discover yourself in these short paragraphs? EGS is ready to bootstrap your plans. A consultation costs nothing.

Exit Strategies: 4 Roads To Letting Go

Do you want to sell 100 percent, take the money and run? Do you want to keep your hand in, help guide the firm during its transition? Do you want to retain an ownership percentage to supplement your retirement fund, make a loan to the buyers to provide an ongoing source of income?

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From the Franchising community comes this quick and easy article on exit possibilities. Although structured for franchisees, the insight is universal. Get customized insight beginning with a courtesy consultation at EGS.

Content Marketing in an Exit Strategy: How to Plan Ahead for a Big Win

Content doesn’t just support the growth of your company. It also prepares your company for a successful exit strategy. Here’s how to use content marketing to set up your brand for a profitable sale.

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Content considerations are always part of an EGS custom strategy for firms with active websites and marketing/sales collateral. Contact us to learn tactics leading to a stellar exit.

Should I Sell my Business? | UBS UK

Driven entrepreneurs think about every aspect of their business except, sometimes, what comes after it. You may sell your business. You may want the business to stay in the family. Or you may want something in between.

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Big league advice from the UK. Solid insight, with a bonus:

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Post U.S. Tax Reform, What Corporate Structure is Right for You?

Given a range of changes made to the Internal Revenue Code by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017—which we’ll call the “Tax Act” for short—many privately held businesses are reconsidering their current corporate structure.

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This is the first of several post-tax reform articles we plan to offer. EGS is ready to help you figure out which method is best, beginning with a courtesy consultation.

Be Bought, Not Sold —  Choosing the Correct Exit Strategy 

Choosing the best exit strategy for a company is a daunting task. The goal for business owners is to maximize the value of the enterprise for themselves, their employees and their stockholders.

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Be bought, not sold is actionable advice. Quick read, then give EGS a call to lubricate your exit wheels.

Why have a business exit strategy – AU BizBuySell

All good things must come to an end. If you own your own business, the end can only come in three ways: selling your business, giving it away or closing up shop. And the best way to ensure the decision is yours to make is to have a plan – a business exit strategy. 

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This short, good article proves that U.S. and Australian businesses have a lot in common. Good insight, and we can customize it for you at EGS.

Opinion: Charities and Their Founders Need More Exit Ramps

The nonprofit world would be stronger if we offered new incentives and approaches that encourage mergers, alliances, and other ways to prompt efficiencies (and exit strategies).

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Interesting article argues for non-profits to think more like for-profits when it comes to exit strategies. At EGS, we can help.

Warren Buffett Wants You — If Your Business Meets These Six Tests 

Berkshire Hathaway just reported that it holds a whopping $116 billion in cash, making up almost a quarter of the company’s market capitalization. Buffett isn’t happy about it, and as he said in his letter to shareholders, he’ll feel a lot better once he’s put that cash to work. In fact, Buffett laid out exactly what acquisition criteria he’s looking for in a prospective purchase, and if your business meets the following six tests, then the Oracle of Omaha wants to hear from you.

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Here’s a 6-step exit strategy-in-reverse from a really strong potential buyer (of your business), EGS is your go-to consultancy to master all 6 steps, thus achieving an exit strategy.