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Building Home Care Value with Tactical Planning

Building Home Care Value with Tactical Planning

Building value in your home care business and setting goals for exit planning does not happen by accident.  Partners 31 helps you develop your overall strategy as well as the specific tactics, the means by which you execute that strategy, necessary to achieve your goals. Let’s take the example of “Stuart,” a typical home care […]

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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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Family Succession Planning Via Sale to Third Party When Exit Objectives Clash

Family Succession Planning Via Sale to Third Party When Exit Objectives Clash

Many business owners facing imminent exit have the enviable but difficult choice of either selling the business to an outside third party and achieving their financial objectives or, conversely, transferring the business to loyal, motivated,  key employees or family. This is nothing more, or less, than a clash of exit objectives. Take John Conover for […]

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My Lawyer Told Me Not to Do It!

My Lawyer Told Me Not to Do It!

Many business owners have called one of their brokers or advisors to complain that their lawyer (or CPA or financial advisor or insurance professional) told them that they should not even think of transferring their business to their child and key employees, but they want to do it anyway. If you’ve made this type of […]

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Don’t Go it Alone, Retain an Experienced Exit Planning Advisor to Facilitate the Best Sale Possible

So what if you’ve never sold a business before? You know what you want from the sale of yours. You know your business better than anyone else. Who better to lead the charge than you? Don’t mislead yourself. You may be the worst possible person to sell your company. Why? You may be the person […]

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