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Growing the Value of Your Business- Getting Ready to Sell?

In our experience most owners do not know how to grow value in their businesses: “…71% of small and mid-sized enterprise owners plan to exit their businesses within the next ten years, strongly highlighting the growing importance of enhancing business value. However, the challenge is that few organizations genuinely understand what actions they must take […]

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Exiting Your Home Care Business Without Leaving It

Business owners may be telling their advisors things like, “I’d like to back away from my business”, “I’d like the freedom to do whatever I want, whenever I want”, “I don’t want to worry about money. But if I sell, I’m unlikely to get enough cash in today’s merger and acquisition marketplace.”, “If I could […]

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Tactical Planning Leads to Successful Outcomes

The Gap Between You and a Successful Exit: Do You Know Yours?

Have you taken time to identify and quantify your value gap?   A value gap is created when the amount of money you will need to leave your company is less than the current value of your company.  The size of your gap determines what needs to be done how it is to be done when […]

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Make Time for Annual Planning Meeting

Annual Planning Meeting for Home Health Care Business Owners

The annual planning meeting…Followers of our blog understand that Exit Planning is an ongoing process that begins with establishing your exit objectives and home care business valuation and ends with your successful exit. Along the way, you and your team of advisors focus on increasing and preserving business value and protecting business value from creditors. […]

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8 Ways to Exit Your Business

8 Ways to Exit Your Home Health Care Business

According to Paul Simon, there are fifty ways to leave a lover. We may not be as resourceful as Mr. Simon when it comes to saying goodbye, but we were able to come up with eight ways for owners to leave their home health care business. 1. Transfer to a family member 2. Sale to […]

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Time: Too Much or Too Little? Exit Planning for Home Care Agency Owners

Time: Too Much or Too Little? Exit Planning for Home Care Agency Owners

Exit Planning?  Oh, I’ll have plenty of time for that later! Exit Planning?  I’m too busy to think about that now! Sound familiar?  The problem is that active, successful business owners like you seldom slow down, and despite your best intentions, you often bite off more than you can chew.  We can’t cram any more […]

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