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Management Succession Planning

How to Plan for Management Succession

Planning for management succession is easier once you know your company’s business objectives and talent needs.

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Family business succession

Structure is the Key to Stronger Family Business Succession Planning

Unorganized family structure can lead to failed business transitions. A successful family business succession plan requires clear roles.

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Protecting Your Business in Even of Death

What is a Buy-Sell Agreement? Protecting Your Business in Event of Death, Disability, Divorce or Disagreement

A buy-sell agreement can protect your company’s ownership shares in the event of an owner or partner’s voluntary or involuntary departure.

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Hiring an Investment Banker

6 Considerations for Business Owners When Hiring an Investment Banker

When it’s time to sell, you need to hire an investment banker that can best tell your story to investors. Get tips for evaluating bankers.

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Succession Planning

How Strong is Your Business Succession Plan?

When building your business succession plan, commitment to organizational depth and strength are key. Avoid making these common mistakes.

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Leadership succession planning

It’s Never Too Early to Start Leadership Succession Planning

Leadership succession planning should not wait until the business needs a shake up. Develop talent and leaders in good times and bad.

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How to sell a small business

Banker, Broker or Sell it Yourself: Choosing the Right Method to Sell Your Company

If you don’t know how to sell a small business, you may find resources and expertise in an investment banker or broker, but it can come at a cost.

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man in black suit stands in front of ancestor photos, representing issues that come up in a business divorce

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Surviving a Business Divorce

A business divorce is sometimes inevitable, but it can be avoided. Precautionary measures and written agreements can aid in resolving partnership disputes when they occur.

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