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Transaction Basics for Business Owners: Preparing Even When You’re Not Ready

Posted on May 8, 2021 by

Tim Hilligoss

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Even if you’re not ready to sell now, it’s never too early to start planning for an inevitable transition. From financial statements to estate planning considerations, there’s a checklist of best practices to embrace if you are within a few years of retirement or selling. Watch this recorded live video event we hosted with the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) to learn how buyers assess value and what’s needed to put yourself and your business in the best possible position.

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Tim Hilligoss

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As a trusted advisor, Tim guides clients through business transactions, tax issues and international expansion.

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