If you are like most business owners, your business is your largest asset. This often presents several problems, including increased financial risk and lack of liquidity. Business owners frequently struggle to achieve true financial freedom without withdrawing funds from their company. Many owners dream of taking cash from their business but are not ready to give up ownership or control.
Traditional methods to cash out of a business often mean losing majority ownership and saddling your business with excess debt. That's where Cashing Out of Your Business comes in. The Cashing Out process used to be reserved for companies worth $50 million or more but is now available for companies valued at $10 million or greater. The method helps business owners like you remove cash from your business while keeping operational control and maintaining majority ownership.
Could an E-Recap be right for your business? Take the Cash Out Readiness Assessment to help determine if you and your company are a fit for the E-RECAP process at www.CashingOutBook.com.
What is Your Financial Freedom Number?
The first step for business owners to achieve true financial freedom is an assessment to determine how much their version of freedom will cost. Once they have identified their "financial freedom number," many owners can gain more clarity and confidence about how to achieve true financial independence. To get started determining your own financial freedom number, take our short survey at www.CashingOutBook.com today.
Many business owners dream of financial freedom but think they have to give up management control or sell their business to get the money they need. Now you can get cash out of your business without giving up majority ownership and it may be easier than you think. To learn more about the Cashing Out of Your Business process, contact Scott Ford with Cornerstone Wealth Management Group at (301) 739-8505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
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About the Author
David's previous experience as a practicing CPA (Certified Public Accountant), CVA (Certified Valuation Analyst) and investor has proven to be an ideal background to work with buyers, sellers and their representatives in structuring and completing transactions. David was the 2015 recipient of the Darrell Fouts Award, an award granted by the M&A Source for his visionary leadership and exceptional contributions to the professional association.
David's activity in professional organizations include past chair of the M&A Source (the largest association of middle market intermediaries), past co-chair of the Midmarket Expo (where he worked with over 150 private equity groups), and member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. David has been published in Forbes, CNBC and other publications and is currently an active member of the Market Pulse Survey, a quarterly report of market conditions for merger and acquisition transactions.
Scott Ford is Founder and CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management Group, an independent Registered Investment Advisory firm serving entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, and their families. The firm specializes in comprehensive wealth management, business liquidity strategies, and SBA education. It is Scott's mission to help his clients pursue financial freedom and live a balanced and fulfilled life.
Scott is a registered principal at LPL Financial and a Registered Financial Consultant (RFC). He is ranked in the top one percent of all LPL Registered financial advisors based on annual production. He was recognized as one of the 20 Rising Stars of Wealth Management by Private Asset Management Magazine in 2008 based upon assets managed of $1 million or more per client. Since 2005, Scott has been an active financial technical analyst and is currently a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) candidate.
Scott is the author of three books: Financial JiuJitsu: A Fighter's Guide to Conquering Your Finances, The Widow's Wealth Map: Six Steps to Beginning Again, and the New York Times Bestseller, The Sustainable Edge: Fifteen Minutes a Week to a Richer Entrepreneurial Life.