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Selling A Business

4 Questions You’ll Need to Answer if You’re Planning to Spin Off a Business

The world of investing can always be counted on to get roiled when Warren Buffett—the Oracle of Omaha—speaks, and he has done so again with his criticism of spin-offs. But he’s getting a lot of pushback from other investment professionals—and from the markets themselves as they tend to keep favoring major companies’ spin-off moves.

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Is 2014 a Good Year for You to Sell Your Business?

The Mid-Market Pulse, an index produced by SourceMedia, expects overall M&A transactions among mid-market companies to increase significantly over the next quarter and the next year. Short-term transactions, they feel, are being fueled by the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

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5 Steps to Consider Before Selling Your Business

You worked your entire life with your blood, sweat and tears to create a viable business that you can be proud to say you were a part of something larger than yourself. For multiple reasons, such as family, health, age or interest, you have decided to sell your business. Now what do you do?

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Why Exit Planning is Vital to Business Owners


Many CEOs focus on the present: how they can add value to their company today and in the future. So, why would a CEO want to focus on leaving the company? The topic of succession is difficult (and perhaps emotional), but it is an important one. Here are eight reasons that you need to look to the future. The first? The chances of selling an illiquid business are less than 5 percent.

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