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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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Work On – Not Just In – Your Home Health Care Business

The purpose of exit planning is to leave your home health care business on your terms and on your schedule. Owners begin thinking about their exit process when two streams of thought begin to converge. The first stream is a feeling that you want to do something besides go to work every day—either you would […]

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If You Own a Home Care or Social Services Agency, Tax Panning Begins Now!

Current tax rates are likely the lowest we will see in our lifetimes. At some point, the burgeoning budget deficits, ballooning costs of social programs and the War on Terror must be paid. So expect tax increases. For most home care business owners, this means the tax bill due on exchange of ownership will rise. […]

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Contemplating the Future Sale of Your Home Care Business

Contemplating the Future Sale of Your Home Care Business

To help prepare for the sale of your home care business and to achieve maximum value, we’re come up with five key considerations: 1.  Keep and maintain important financial records.  They will provide a valuable and visible first impression to potential buyers or home care brokers.  Allow access to adequate documentation to alleviate their concerns.  […]

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Value Driver 4:  Leveraging Human Resources

Value Driver 4: Leveraging Human Resources

We have been discussing the various methods home care owners use to build valuation in their companies to achieve their exit planning goals.  Foremost in this process is creating a written value-building plan, which includes four important value drivers: Value Driver 1:  Business fundamentals Value Driver 2:  Strategic Planning Value Driver 3:  Systemizing Internal Operations […]

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Value Driver 3: Systematizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business

Value Driver 3: Systematizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business

*We have been discussing various methods business owners use to build value in their home care companies to achieve their post-exit goals.  Foremost in this process is creating a written value-building plan, which includes four important value drivers, today we discuss Value Driver Three, Systemizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business The systematization of internal operations […]

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