Using Current Methods to
Maximize its Value
You’re building a business. Currently it provides funds for your family, for vacations, possibly jobs for your kids, and likely some retirement dreams.
But how and when will you turn your business into your nest egg? Will you sell it someday? Pass it along to family members? Structure a deal with key employees? Maybe you think you will just retire and ride a declining income stream? Like most small business owners, you might be counting on your business to be the lion’s share of your retirement nest egg.
The tough questions owners face are:
- Who would want to buy it?
- What value are they really buying?
- How can I maximize the value now?
Come join us for a breakfast workshop that will answer
these questions and more.
You can plan now to build transferable value so that when you’re ready to sell, the business is ready and a plan is in place. You’ll also get the added bonus that your business is more profitable while you’re running it. Plus, you’ll learn how to have more stress-free time for the people and hobbies you love.
- Why you should prepare now for something that might happen 3 or more years down the road
- How to build a plan so you gradually make your business more valuable to a seller as well as derive more profit now
- How you can manage the ongoing risks so your business is still valuable when you’re ready to sell it
- Know what a potential buyer wants to acquire
- Key tools to hire and retain the best talent
- How you can make sure you get paid what the seller promises
Handling everyday business concerns:
- Can your business survive the loss of a key employee?
- What would happen to your business without you?
- If my partner dies, do I want to do business with their kids?
- I’ve personally guaranteed a loan for the business; could I lose everything?
• Is his business ready to sell?
• Is he trapped until he can extricate himself from the role of rainmaker?
• How long will that take?
• Can he trust his newest employee(s) with the revenue generation upon which the success of his business depends?
• How does he make sure his best employees stick around?
• What are other business risks that might jeopardize the existence of transferable value between now and a future sales date?
For those whose business and personal finances are intertwined:
- Can the business help fund my retirement when I am ready?
- Do I have a comprehensive retirement income plan?
- As my wealth grows, will it be aligned with my expectations?
- Who will help me work through my legacy concerns?
January 22, 2014, 8:00-9:30am
Light breakfast will be served
There will be time for networking
At the office of Presti & Naegele, 225 West 35th Street, 9th Floor, NY, NY 10001
$20 includes Jeri Quinn’s book The Customer Loyalty Playbook and complimentary materials “What Keeps You Up at Night”, produced by Northwestern Mutual distributed by Daniel Gerstenhaber
Jeri Quinn, Driving Improved Results, business consultant and author of The Customer Loyalty Playbook: 12 Game Strategies to Drive Improved Results in Your Business. Each attendee will receive a copy of her book. With more than 30 years as a serial entrepreneur, speaker, author, and client loyalty specialist, Jeri Quinn helps businesses drive improved results in client retention, profitability, employee engagement, and a positive teamwork culture. Jeri has worked with executives and teams in over 40 industries, spoken at major business expos including New York City’s Javits Center, facilitated business development and extraordinary customer service at institutions such as MoMA and AIG, and has partnered with New York City, The Kaufmann Foundation, Citibank, Merrill Lynch, HSBC, and Signature Bank to educate their clients.
Daniel J Gerstenhaber, MBA, CLU, ChFC, CFP, Financial Advisor with the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. The Network’s mission is to develop enduring relationships with clients by providing expert guidance for a lifetime of financial security. Dan uses a four-step approach in working with his clients to understand complex financial issues, and how they can affect life goals — whether a client is working to achieve current financial success, or to protect and preserve assets over the long-term. For additional information or to learn about Dan’s specialties, call him at 609-750-3637 or visit www.nmfn.com/dangerstenhaber.
Stephen Percudani of Presti & Naegele CPA firm. Presti & Naegele offers a wide range of tax and accounting services to individual and business clients. Because the firm is relatively small, clients benefit by getting personalized, exceptional service that is beyond comparison.