Archive for December, 2012

My Dream for Obama’s State of the Union Address (re: taxes on business sales)

(Note: I encourage you to read the previous posting in this blog to understand the full context of the implications of Taxmageddon on business sales before reading this posting. As stated in the previous posting, I did not start this blog to comment on current affairs. The need for exit planning is timeless and, for the […]

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Taxmagedon’s Affect on Small Business Sales

I didn’t really establish this blog to talk about current affairs such as Taxmageddon. The need for exit planning is timeless and, for the most part, the need to plan for a business sale is not dependent on what’s happening currently. Current affairs do affect the details of exit planning, but not the necessity of […]

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Why I’ve Decided to Blog – 75% (or more) of Businesses Will Never Sell – That’s Why

I am passionate about small business. I truly do think small businesses are the primary driver of our national economy. But what I really love about small business are the owners. Over the course of my 35+ year business career, I’ve met all kinds of owners. Some have great business skills, some have very little […]

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