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How to Plan for Life After Your Business

Posted by Jane Johnson on Wed, Mar, 20, 2019 @ 12:43 PM

 
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Topics: exit planning, exit strategy, exit plan, selling my business, Thinking about selling my business, business exit, exit planner, life after my business, retirement plan, life after your business

BTA Market Pulse: 2019 M&A Outlook Survey: It’s Still a Seller’s Market – For Now

Posted by Jane Johnson on Thu, Mar, 07, 2019 @ 01:28 PM

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A recent survey finds that expectations for the middle-market M&A transactions are high for this year among both buyers and sellers, but many are expecting a slowdown in the next two years.

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Topics: exit planning, exit plan, business exit, market pulse, Citizens Commercial Banking’s annual survey, exit planner, M&A activity, middle-market M&A transactions

Business Transition Academy Launches Free, Online Business Valuation Tool

Posted by Jane Johnson on Fri, Feb, 15, 2019 @ 12:13 PM

What's Your Business Worth? Find Out Now With Our Free Business Valuation Tool

Business Transition Academy (BTA) is pleased to announce the launch of a free resource for business owners who are looking to exit or transition out of their businesses – our Free Business Valuation tool. It provides owners with a baseline valuation of their business, which as part of an overall Business Ownership Transition Plan, provides clarity and insight into retirement and estate planning discussions, succession planning, and exit strategies. Read More

Topics: exit planning, exit plan, business value, increase business value, how much is my business worth, building business value, business valuation, increasing business value before selling, maintaining business value, business exit

What’s YOUR Business Worth?

Posted by Jane Johnson on Thu, Feb, 07, 2019 @ 10:53 AM

If asked, most business owners would probably say that it’s their goal to sell or transfer their business in order to fund their retirement. And the first question they have is: “How much is my business worth?” They may have a vague idea of what they think it should be worth, but don’t usually have any tangible numbers. More often than not, it’s unrealistically high in comparison to what a buyer would actually pay.

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Topics: Maximizing Business Value, exit planning, business value, how much is my business worth, business exit