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Risky Business

Risky Business

Guest: Kyle Hafstad – InKnowVision Featured Topics: Business Insurance, Exit Planning, Life Insurance, Estate Planning [powerpress] Running a business is risky. Even the most successful businesses have a high degree of risk. Markets change, competitors are constantly nipping at your heals, employee issues,  cash flow, capitalization, operational concerns. The list goes on and on. On this podcast episode titled “Risky Business” we talk about one aspect of the business risk issue – that is […]

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What are you REALLY worth? It’s not what you think.

What are you REALLY worth? It's not what you think.

Guest: Chris Mellen, President – Delphi Valuation Advisors Featured Topics: Business Valuations, Business Appraisal, Range of Values, Fair Market Value [powerpress] On the episode titled “What are you REALLY Worth – It’s not what you think” we explore the complex but critically important issue of determining a value for your business. Any good business owner understands that their business is essentially an investment. And as any successful investment it is key to know its value […]

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Tip of the Week – Don’t Get Stuck Without a Buy-Sell Agreement

Tip of the Week - Don't Get Stuck Without a Buy-Sell Agreement

Tip/Offer of the Week Business partnerships get broken up or are dissolved for many reasons, often because the death or disability of one of the partners. It is imperative to have a buy-sell agreement in place with an associated life insurance policy to prepare for these situations. [powerpress] If you are in a business partnership it is crucial that you and your partners craft a Buy-Sell Agreement so that you don’t get stuck in […]

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Breaking up is Not hard to do – Part B

Breaking up is Not hard to do - Part B

Guest: Tiffany O’Connell, Featured Topics:  Dissolving a Business Partnership This episode is the second part of our conversation about the issues of dissolving a business partnership. The facts are that dissolving or breaking up a business partnership is generally more difficult, more drawn out and often more expensive than beginning one. It almost goes without saying that without a written business partnership agreement and in the absence of a buy-sell agreement, breaking up a […]

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Breaking up is NOT hard to do

Breaking up is NOT hard to do

Guest: Tiffany O’Connell, Featured Topics: Creating & Dissolving a Business Partnership This episode concentrates on the issues of creating and dissolving a business partnership. Many businesses are established as a partnership between two or more individuals, many times friends and business colleagues. All too often this partnership is not formed with enough forethought and planning on how to form this business partnership so that you don’t get stuck in your business with an arrangement […]

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Breaking up is NOT hard to do.

Breaking up is NOT hard to do.

Neal Sedaka crooned famously that ‘Breaking up is hard to do’ in one of his all time hit singles. But this needn’t be the case when dissolving a business partnership. Many businesses are established as a partnership between two or more individuals, many times friends and business colleagues. All too often this partnership is not formed with enough forethought and planning on how to form this business partnership. What then happens is that the […]

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