If you consider your business has a market value, or if you are looking to your business to provide you with a lump sum on sale, it is essential to start planning in advance how you will realise that value.
This is particularly important if you envisage realising the value of your business in the next 10 years.
Selling your business is a major personal decision and it is vital to plan how you will maximise the net proceeds from its sale.
You will need to consider:
- When might you sell?
- Who are the prospective purchasers?
- What are the opportunities to reduce the tax due following your sale?
Let us help you maximise the net proceeds arising from your ‘ultimate sale’.
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