This edition of the M&A Digest begins with a piece that explains the traits an “optimal” business buyer should have. Then, we exploreplanning by examining what to do if partners what different things after selling the company, how procrastination can affect your professional and personal life, and how a deal with family members could play out. As usual, click on the headline to read the full piece.
We open this M&A Digest pondering the question: What do I do once I sell my company? Opportunities are endless, but that can be overwhelming. To help private business owners get started, we offer a few pointers. Then, we cover economic predictions for the coming months, M&A activity data, and the baby boomer business owner situation. As usual, click on the headlines to read the full pieces.
An exploration into factors that determine if a merger or acquisition is successful, the future of capital gains taxes, if business owners should look to the stock market for signals it’s time to sell, and more. As usual, click on the headline to read the full article.
Discussions about family buyouts, how you can mitigate the risk a buyer sees when they look at your company and more abound in this week’s M&A Digest. Click on the headline for the full story.
Have you ever wondered what role emotions play when you’re trying to sell a business? We answer that question and more in our first edition of the M&A Digest of 2015. As usual, click on the headline to read the full article. [Read more…]