Getting Out — DMG Capital Management

Getting Out

You may wish to leave your business for a variety of reasons. For example, you may be ready to retire – if so, congratulations! – and you may wish to hand your business to a relative. Or perhaps your business did not live up to your expectations. Whatever the reason, be smart about how you make your exit.

  • Do you know how you are going to exit your business? You may have a dream of going public, selling to the highest bidder, or retiring and handing over your business legacy to your family. Big dreams aside, the truth is that many…
  • If you are considering leaving your business below you will find suggested steps to follow in closing your business.   Decide to close a business Sole proprietors can decide by themselves that they should close…
  • If you decide that selling your business is the right exit strategy for you, be sure that you cover all your bases. In order to sell your business officially, you will need to prepare a sales agreement. This is the key document in…
  • As they say, all good things must come to an end. Maybe you’d like to retire, or maybe it’s time to pass the family business to the next generation. For one reason or another, many business owners will face a time when they…
  • There are many resources available to help you comply with the basic laws for conducting and exiting a business. Here is just a brief listing of articles that offer general assistance to specialized audiences. Environmental…
  • If you have decided to get out of business and are not able to pass your business on, merge it with another business, or sell it as a going concern, liquidating the assets could be the most appropriate exit strategy. However, before…
  • Deciding to file for bankruptcy can be a painful decision, but you may find yourself in a position with no other options. To protect yourself and your business, educate yourself about this course of action before making the decision…