Monday, July 6, 2020

Do you know how to prepare your business for a possible sale?

People sell businesses all the time, right? Of course they do! But the work that takes place behind the scenes of a sale can be extensive. Whilst the end result is rewarding, many business owners haven’t taken the time to plan what comes next or given the whole process much thought at all.

You’re running or helping to run a successful business, your mind is on hiring the right team, retaining the top talent, the bottom line, expansion, succession and much more. Have you given any thought to exactly how or when you might exit your business? When you should start planning? And how you will choose to live life post sale?

Financial planning firm Cooper Parry Wealth work with business owners every single day and being business owners themselves, know this world inside out.

CEO Stephen Jones says “we meet business owners all the time and we work with them to make sure they are getting the most from their life and their money – we want them to think about their goals so that they have a clear vision for not only the future of their business but their personal future and aspirations”.

Cooper Parry Wealth have teamed up with experts in Corporate Finance, Tax and those with first-hand sale experience to create the ‘Wealth of Experience: Selling a Business Report 2019’.

The report contains detailed interviews and survey results from over 200 business owners, and gives you valuable insight on areas such as:

  • Knowing how much you need to sell for to enjoy financial independence on your terms
  • Getting the business in the right shape for sale
  • Maximising the sale value
  • Finding the right buyer
  • Finding the right advisers
  • Planning for life before, during and after the sale

The report is available to download for free by visiting www.cooperparrywealth/wealth-of-experience

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