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Exit and Succession planning from Jacobs Allen

At some stage will you want to sell your business?

Whatever stage of your business journey, we encourage you to consider your long-term options. Your eventual exit will have an impact on the amount of tax you pay but can also affect the sale of a business and how much you get for it. In the short term, it may also affect how you run your business, the type of clients you take on and even the structure of the organisation. The team at Jacobs Allen are able to help you plan for an eventual exit as early in your journey as you are.

Jacobs Allen can help you sell your business

Is now the time to think about selling part or your entire firm?

It goes without saying this is a big decision and creating a new future is often dependent on you selling your business. If you really do want to make a new start, change your work/life balance, spend more time with your family or simply have more time for yourself, selling your business is usually a very real option.

So how do you go about selling your business?

Come and chat with one of our directors for a no obligation confidential conversation as a great first step. You will find that we know what its like to wake up to the reality that selling your business is closer than you might expect. The great news is that if its correctly managed it will allow you the freedom to do whatever you wish, from spending time with friends and family to embarking on a whole new idea or business, can be hugely rewarding.

Of course you will have many questions in your mind, not least will be ‘How can I ensure I get maximum value when I sell?’ and ‘Is my company saleable?’

In a free one-to-one business evaluation meeting, you’ll discover how saleable your business could be and find out how quickly it might sell…

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