Selling Your Business E-book

Transitions, Exit Strategies, & Succession Planning

This guide was created to educate you on the business selling process in an easy to follow, step-by-step format. It outlines the total experience, from figuring out why you want to sell to the final transaction. Get your free E-book today!

  • Breaks the process into easy-to-follow steps
  • Takes you through several transition scenarios
  • Features a glossary of key terminology

In the E-book

Determine your desired objectives

This section will help you evaluate and determine the “whys” of selling your business.

Determine the optimal exit strategy

Learn the exit plan that works best for you and your business.

Asses readiness of your business (and the people involved)

Can your business make it without you?

Calculate value and review tax implications

Figure out how much your business is worth and how taxes factor into the sale.

Prepare the business and the people

Learn the steps to making sure your business will prosper after you leave.

Execute the strategy

Transition the business, buy out management, and get ready for the sale.

Conclude the transaction

Make the sale, train your successor, and slowly make your transition.

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The information included in this book is intended as general information only and not as legal or financial advice. Every business sale/purchase situation is different, and a professional advisor should be consulted for your specific needs. The information herein should not be regarded as a complete analysis of the topics discussed, and though presented as current and factual, total accuracy is not guaranteed. All subject matter is the opinion of the author and subject to change.


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