Invest In Your Company Before Selling
Every dollar added to your EBITDA, increases the selling price By $4-$6.
An extra $100,000 in EBITDA = adding $400,000 - $600,000 to the selling price.
That's real money. Particularly if you're in the lower range of selling price. i.e. Selling for under $2,000,000. As many businesses are.
Not a Bad ROI for an investment you know better than anyone.
What I'm suggesting is that your business is one of the best investments for you to deploy time, effort and money.
Where else can you find an investment with a 4-6 x return?
An investment where you are in control of many of the factors that will determine how much success and how quickly.
You've spent decades building the company and now, when it's time to sell, you can really cash in.
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