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The most viable exit strategies for owners of mid-sized companies For many business owners, cashing out of a business is a lifelong dream. For some, exiting a business can be a nightmare. Business Exit Planning: Options, Value Enhancement, and Transaction Management for Business Owners provides a comprehensive view of what every business owner needs to know to plan and execute a business exit. The bookIncludes 30 relevant mini-case studies on business exit planning and transaction management, as well as a glossary of frequently used technical terms Details options for those owners who no longer want to be active in the business, as well as for those who want to remain invested Covers a wide range of topics related to business exit planning and transaction management, including IPO, MBO, refinancing, ESOPs, building an exit team, business plan and valuation, due diligence, and estate planning Regardless of whether a business owner seeks an immediate exit or a staged exit over time, Business Exit Planning provides a comprehensive strategy and road map to define exit-related objectives.Content: Chapter 1 An introduction to Business Exit Planning (pages 11–21): Chapter 2 Begin with the Endgame in Sight (pages 23–27): Chapter 3 Exit Options (pages 29–42): Chapter 4 Building Your Team to Assist Your Exit (pages 43–56): Chapter 5 Building a Business with Sustainable Value (pages 57–83): Chapter 6 Business Plan and Valuation (pages 85–100): Chapter 7 Tax Planning, Estate Planning, and Insurance (pages 101–106): Chapter 8 Finalizing Your Exit Strategy (pages 107–118): Chapter 9 The Transaction Process (pages 119–152): Chapter 10 Negotiating a Transaction (pages 153–158): Chapter 11 Cross?border Transactions (pages 159–163):
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