OPINION: Make sure you have an exit strategy from your business | IOL Personal Finance

A leader must know when it’s time to exit. I was working in our family business for 20 years. My daughter, Amy, was slated to take over. However, to my surprise, Amy decided to become a teacher instead. Yes, there are risks to generational succession: it only works 30 percent of the time…. Suddenly, I needed a new plan for my future.

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Why Every Business Owner Needs an Exit Strategy

Establishing an exit strategy – a plan for eventually leaving or selling the business – is a common-sense part of smart entrepreneurship, and it lends a sense of safety and peace of mind to what is inherently a risky proposition.

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How to exit your startup

The goal of many startup entrepreneurs is to eventually exit their company at a point where they can secure a great payout from themselves and investors. Sounds harsh and calculated, doesn’t it? Well, it is a business, so get used to it.

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Daniel Pessin’s 5 Golden Rules for a Successful Business include #3: Have an Exit Strategy

Ideally, you should have an exit strategy in place before you even start your business. An exit strategy is a strategic plan to sell the ownership of your company. Not only will having an exit strategy help you increase your future sale price, but it will also give you concrete goals to work towards.

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Do you have an exit plan for your small business?

Whether you intend to leave your business in one, five, or twenty years, you would be wise to make a plan now, like right now. You can even run your business differently and set it up for a buyer and command a higher price. It takes years, not months, to prepare a business for a new owner. The better the exit plan the higher the price you are likely to get for your business. How do you exactly plan an exit strategy?

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Planning your exit from your business – key facts | Legal Resource Centre

Poor planning, poor result

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5 Tips for Selling Your Business and Retiring

Historically, only 25% of businesses up for sale actually sell. Those odds are likely to become worse as millions of baby boomers attempt to sell their businesses over the next decade in the Exit Bubble®.

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Almost a quarter launch businesses with a sale in mind

Almost a quarter of entrepreneurs starting their own businesses do so with the aim of selling the business at a later date.This is according to a new study.

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This means that more than 75% of entrepreneurs DO NOT build an exit strategy into the business plan. EGS is ready to fix that, starting with a courtesy consultation.