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Exit Paths for Business Owners

​An Exit Path is the route a business owner takes to successfully exit his or her business. Many owners facing the choice of an Exit Path are curious about  the relative popularity of each Path: 1. Sale to Insiders - 31% of business owners are interested in this exit path. A transfer to insiders in the exit path most successfully traveled by&n...
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Business Owner Survey Report

Baby boomers have begun to exit their businesses en masse, and their exits have triggered perhaps the most massive transfer of wealth in history. Yet, even as this monumental wealth transfer takes shape, most business owners find themselves either partially or entirely upprepared to exit their business with the financial security they need to assure that the quality of their post-exit lives matches or exceeds the quality of their pre-exit lives.

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Life Insurance for Estate Equalization

Most family business owners wish to see the business continue on for generations. Unfortunately, this is more the exception than the rule.    Download PDF File Here
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Man Tunnels Out From Under Building Using Plastic Pen.

Imagine being trapped under the crushing weight of an office building. For years. No matter what you try, every attempt at escape is thwarted. Tons of concrete, steel, and glass loom over you. You begin to think there’s no way out. Stories like this rarely makes the news, yet they occur much more often than most people think.

Fortunately, this doesn’t have to happen to you – if you know how avoid being trapped in the first place. All it takes is a pen, paper, and the right help.

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Exiting Your Business Can Be A Lot Like Exiting 2015.

Music. Champagne. Fireworks. Noisemakers and party hats. Ring in the new year and ring in a whole new life. Without the nasty hangover. How? By starting to plan for your business exit now. Because no matter how long you’ve been in business, the time to starting planning your exit is immediately.To quote Michael Jordon, “Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” Sure, you can keep putting it off. But there are two very important things you stand to lose: namely, money and control. With some planning you can dramatically increase your ability to hang onto both. There are several options to consider.

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Is Your Business Equipped With An Exit?

Office space. Check. Desks. Check. Chairs. Check. Whether your tools are computer and copy machines or a pickup truck and a power saw, one of the most overlooked essentials is a way out. As a business owner the last thing you want to discover is that you don’t have a way out when you need one. A much better option is to start planning for that exit now. Sure, you can always walk out the door right now if you wanted to, but only if you’re willing settle for a less than ideal payday. The kind of exit we’re talking about keeps you in control of every last detail and lets you leave in style.

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How To Sell Your Business To Your Employees.

Selling your businesses to your best, most loyal and / or most ambitious employees can make a lot of sense: they have something to work toward, the business can continue to thrive, and you can exit with your financial security in tact. How?

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Everything’s Moving Faster. Shouldn’t You?

Now 50 is the new 40. Orange is the new black. And the pace of change is only increasing. So while your career may be off to a great start, the real question is, how do you consistently stay ahead.

Marko Mijuskovic, BA, MBA, MSIS, and CExP™, can help you answer that very important question with two questions of his own. First, where do you want to go? Break out that clean sheet of paper, daydream, create a vision board, drop some crazy numbers into a spreadsheet – do whatever it takes to set some clear goals. “This is the fun part,” chuckles Marko.

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The Seven-Year Itch & How To Scratch It

The Seven-Year Itch & How To Scratch It It was true love right from start. You’ve been committed from day one. You’ve been faithful. You’ve given completely and selflessly. The more time you’ve spent, the more your passion has grown. But lately, you’ve experienced a bit of a plateau. The feelings are still there but the flames have subsided. Maybe you’ve even caught yourself daydreaming about something new.Ladies if this describes your experience as a business owner, you’re not alone.
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Don't let April fools you

DON’T LET APRIL FOOLS YOU

 

For Immediate Release: April 2015 – The most hated day of the year is just a month away. April 14th, otherwise known as Tax Day, is responsible for making grown men weep, corporations crumble, and if evaded, can even land you in prison. Yikes.  

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Accounting For A Successful Exit

Accounting For A Successful Exit

Marko Mijuskovic, BA, MBA, MSIS, and CExP™, is in the business of making his clients’ numbers look better. Whether dealing with retirement planning or a business exit, Marko takes a holistic view of a client’s financial picture. This includes working through accounting, legal, managerial, and tax concerns – just to name a few – to create a comprehensive retirement strategy. Accounting for all the aspects minimizes the potential for any unpleasant surprises to tarnish the golden years, or compromise a promising deal.

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