Selling or Buying a buisness

What the plan for landing in retirement in 2022?

What the plan for landing in retirement in 2022? A business exit strategy will make the landing in retirement easier. No matter what the reason, contact The Siburg Company to discuss selling your business. The Siburg Company specializes in sell-side and buy-side mergers and acquisitions advisory services. Contact us at (480) 502-2800

Selling the Business to Retire

There are numerous reasons and life events that can motivate a business owner to sell their business; a change in priorities that favors family, retirement or personal interest (vocation) outside of the business. A business owner often sells their business to diversify their personal financial holdings.  When a majority of an owner’s net worth is…
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Chart of Average Weekly Hours Worked in UK from the Year 1260 to 2016

The chart below was constructed by the Bank of England as part of the Three Centuries of Macroeconomic Data project by combining data from a number of academic and official sources. Understanding hours worked helps determine the amount of time available for leisure and the measurement of productivity depends on the measurement of hours worked.…
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Importance of Proprietary Product Lines and Brands to the Business

Proprietary Product Lines and Brands Help a Company! Proprietary product lines and brands provide a business with complete ownership and control over their product lines and brands. A business with proprietary lines and brands controls the product’s price, quality, branding, and image in distribution. With proprietary product lines and brands the business controls distributor’s sales…
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Chart of Labor Force Participation Rate from January 1948 to August 2021

The chart below shows that while economic conditions have been improving, the labor force has been slower to rebound.  The participation rate has fallen from above 67% in 2000 to under 63% in 2019.  Of course, the effects of the pandemic are noticeable as more than 8 million workers left the labor force between February…
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100-Day Employee-Integration Plan for Mergers and Acquisitions

By Bruce Haseley, SPHR, and Daniel R. Siburg, CPA, CVA Before employees who were part of a merger or acquisition can commit to a new business organization that resulted from the transaction, they need the answer to the one question they all share: How does this affect me? A 100-day employee-integration plan and an effective…
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Graph of U.S. Net Exports of Technology from January 1967 to March 2021

Net exports of technology are measured as royalties and license fees received minus royalties and license fees paid as a percentage of GDP. Net exports of technology are measured as royalties and license fees received minus royalties and license fees paid as a percentage of GDP. The Siburg Company specializes in buy-side and sell-side mergers…
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Timing When to Sell a Business

Timing is important, but how often does someone actually get the timing just right? Wait and the timing will be better.  Do it now because the timing is right.  Wait too long and the timing is wrong.  Sometimes people just make the decision to sell and the stars align.  The business is ready to sell,…
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Chart of Personal Saving Rate from January 1959 to May 2021

Personal saving is a percentage of disposable personal income (DPI) and is calculated as the ratio of personal saving to DPI. Personal saving is equal to personal income less the personal outlays and personal taxes; it may be viewed as the portion of personal income that is used either to provide funds to capital markets,…
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Being Cheap Can Cost Money

Everyone has experienced the cost versus value decision.  Should I buy the best or the cheapest product that I am looking for?   Sure, there are times that buying a lesser quality or last year’s model will have little to no effect on the product you are looking to purchase.  If you are buying a…
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