Will Your Business Valuation Pay the Bills?
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Will Your Business Valuation Pay the Bills?

This is a guest post written by Chris Caldwell, CFP®, AIF®, AEP®, ChSNC®, CRC®, MBA, Partner, Highland Trust Partners. It is a normal Wednesday afternoon at your business when you receive a call that could change your outlook on life. On the other end is a person representing a buyer of businesses similar to yours…

Ready or Not, Here It Comes
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Ready or Not, Here It Comes

Every business owner has a big dream of selling their business and heading off to see the world. The problem is there’s very little planning that’s been done, leaving the business owner uncertain about the future. Many business owners fall into the trap of the “rolling five years” saying, “I’m planning to retire five years…

Are You Standing in Your Own Way?
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Are You Standing in Your Own Way?

Every business owner has a big dream for their business and wants to make it happen. The problem is many business owners don’t have a clear strategy of how we’re going to transition the ownership and management of the business to another party because we’ve done no planning. We have our heads down working in the business…

3 Essential Steps to a Successful Business Exit
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3 Essential Steps to a Successful Business Exit

A successful business exit can be a complex and daunting process. There are many factors to consider, such as the value of the business, the best way to sell it, and how to ensure a smooth transition. That’s why it’s essential for business owners to consider following these three major steps.  One of the best…

ProfitSense with Bill McDermott, Episode 48: Barry Adams, Peachtree Awnings & Marika Ponton, Office Angels
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ProfitSense with Bill McDermott, Episode 48: Barry Adams, Peachtree Awnings & Marika Ponton, Office Angels

Host Bill McDermott welcomed two accomplished entrepreneurs to this edition of ProfitSense with Bill McDermott: Barry Adams, Peachtree Awnings, and Marika Ponton, Office Angels. Barry shared how his inspiration for starting his business was to “make people smile” and how that mission guides both their work and care for their associates. He also talked about associate…

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