Exits aren’t built in a Day
Building Rome and planning a business exit have much in common. Both require strong foundations. Both should be able to withstand unforeseen events and adapt to the needs of Caesar (i.e., the owner). Both require more than a day.
In our opinion, business exits are successful only when they meet all three of an owner’s primary objectives:
- Leaving the company on the date an owner chooses.
- Leaving the company to the successor that an owner chooses.
- Leaving the company with the amount of cash desired to secure a comfortable post-business life.
You may have additional objectives, which we will explore as we create your Plan. The foundation of your Exit Plan will be your objectives, not ours.
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With over 35 years of progressive financial management, Tim has performed valuations for companies operating in a wide variety of industries. EastWind works extensively in valuations for gift, estate, inheritance tax planning, merger and acquisition transactions, buy-sell agreements, and marital dissolution proceedings.