|Charles S. Wilson, CPA/CFF, CGMA, CBEC | CERTIFIED BUSINESS EXIT CONSULTANT | 281-993-4530 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
Selling vs. Exiting Your Business
[fname], many business owners believe that they will 'exit' their business
by 'selling' the business. They incorrectly believe this to be the
ONLY way to exit a business. This can prove to be an unfortunate
misunderstanding for much of a business owner's wealth is tied to their
business, and a firm grasp of the many exit options could literally mean
millions of dollars in additional wealth preservation.
This process requires that you ask
questions not only about your business sale and how much money you want to
get from it, but also what you are trying to achieve. This includes
questions about your personal situation and what type of results you would
like to see from this business exit in order to help accomplish your overall
goals in life.
Therefore, the business owner who perceives 'selling' their business as the
only option, will often times do very little to prepare for their departure
because they don't want to focus on losing control. Unfortunate consequences
can occur when planning is disregarded in this manner.
As always if you need some advice, you're welcome to email me of call me here at the office at 281-993-4530.
Charles Wilson, CPA/CFF, CGMA, CBEC
Charles Wilson, LLC
307 S. Friendswood Dr, Ste B-2
Charles Wilson, CPA/CFF, CGMA, CBEC is a Certified Business Exit Consultant and is affiliated with Pinnacle Equity Solutions, Inc., an Exit Strategies Training and Solutions company. Parts of the content in this email are taken from previous Pinnacle Equity Solutions, Inc's. newsletter library and website in accordance with Charles Wilson's certification in Pinnacle's Certification and Membership Program. All Copyrights are the properties of Pinnacle Equity Solutions, Inc. and Charles Wilson, LLC and their respective owners.