You’ve spent your life and career building a business and the time has come to make a change. You want to sell it and retire or pass it on to your kids.
Millions of the Baby Boomer generation are facing this question every day. Over the next 10 years, 76 % of business owners plan to sell or transfer their companies. That translates to $4 1/2 million businesses and $10 trillion in value!
Stay tuned to learn more about this massive change in our business community and how exit planning is good for your business.
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