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Transaction Basics for Business Owners: Post Closing…Now What?

Posted on June 28, 2021 by

Tim Hilligoss

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Wondering what happens after a business deal closes? While it may seem like completing a transition is enough – it’s not quite done. The back end of a deal has many nuances to ensure profits are maximized for the short and long term, post deal liquidity is well managed and the remaining culture stands strong. Watch this recorded live video event we hosted with the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) for tips on preserving your investment post-sale. Our Private Client Services team provides advice to help you manage your expectations and ensure a smooth process through this final transaction phase.

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