Advice when Selling a Business

By Generational Equity


When it comes to closing a deal, many business owners have an emotional attachment to their company, and can find themselves so eager to consummate the deal with the right buyer, that they end up compromising on the final sum that it sells for. Generational Equity (part of the Generational Group) managing director of mergers & acquisitions, Terry Mackin, recently gave his professional comment on this matter in a piece for the New York Times. The article followed the story of multiple owners who had committed seemingly insignificant mistakes while running their business, that later created problems for them when putting their company on the market.  

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