Selling a Business

Selling your business can be complicated and it is essential to stay in control.

Setting up for a successful business exit

Choosing the right time to sell your business is a fine balance. It can also be a stressful and emotional time to depart from something that you may have spent a significant amount of time and effort building. 

Some of the things to consider when selling your business can include:

  • Business valuation - being confident you have the right price
  • Finding buyers - tapping into a network of potential buyers
  • Negotiation points - knowing what terms you are flexible on and others you aren't
  • Creating a contract - getting all the particulars of the sale on paper
  • Tax implications - what does the revenue from the sale mean in terms of your tax obligations
  • Personal wealth - strategies on how to invest the proceeds of the sale in line with your personal goals

We can help plan the sale of your business​

Saige has experience in business sales and exits. We understand it is a stressful time and can help present your business valuation in terms buyers will understand.

We can also help structure the sale considering the tax implications and help you invest the proceeds of the sale through a comprehensive financial plan.

Getting the right advice

There are many moving parts during a business exit. Talk to us to get a clear picture of the process and steps to get what you deserve from your business sale.

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