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Preparing Your Business for Sale

There is never a wrong time to begin preparing for an eventual sale. The preparation stage is key to executing a successful sale process. In fact, value planning can lead to an optimal sale price for your business.

In addition to market trends, organizations must understand the impact of key industry factors. After all, mergers and acquisitions activity spans across all industries. Knowing how to plan for your specific industry and its unique issues will be critical as you prepare for sale.

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