Many business owners don’t want to talk about exit planning, until they are faced with actually planning their exit. This may be due to several factors like an emotional attachment to a business that has become part of the owner’s “identity” or the unknowns associated with retiring. Though it may be an unfamiliar and difficult topic, it is crucial to have a strategic plan in place for potential scenario within the business.
Baker Tilly Wealth Management’s Kelly Baumbach joined Mark Imperial’s Business Innovators podcast for an episode focused on exit planning for your business. Kelly brings her real-world experience as a Certified Exit Planning Advisor to shed light on the importance of proper exit planning.
Listen to the podcast for insight on how far in advance you should start your exit planning, important factors to consider as you begin to develop a strategic plan and how to get the best value for your business.
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