1. The Most Important Exit Goal

    [et_pb_section bb_built="1" next_background_color="#000000"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text _builder_version="3.19.3"] Over the years we've found that the most effective way to describe the goal-setting process to owners is to separate exit goals into three categories.Foundational: Â…Read More

  2. Business Owners Who Plan Ahead Increase Success

    [et_pb_section bb_built="1" next_background_color="#000000"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text _builder_version="3.19.3"] “To will is to select a goal, determine a course of action that will bring one to that goal, and then hold to that action till the goal is reached. The key is acti…Read More

  3. Timeline For Leaving Your Business

    Timeline for Leaving Your Business If forced by circumstances beyond your control, you may be able to exit your business within a year. But leaving in style, with adequate cash and achieving all of your goals will take far more time than most business owners expect. You can leave your business whene…Read More

  4. Motivate and Retain Key Employees

    Get More Bang For The Buck: Use Cash Bonuses And Golden Handcuffs To Increase Business Value Too often, owners only discover that the compensation plans they've put in place for key employees are sadly inadequate when those key employees leave their companies for greener pastures. The departure of o…Read More

  5. The Legal Audit

    Most business people are familiar with the audit performed by their accountants. The purpose of an accounting audit is to verify the accuracy of the financial information appearing on the company’s financial statements. A legal audit is similar in that the legal affairs of a business are subjected…Read More