Selling, Exiting and/or Leaving a Legacy

Exiting a Business involves mixed Emotions.  So lets make sure, at least one of them is Overwhelming Joy when you finally receive the Big Pay Off you have worked so hard to achieve.

After deciding to start your business, the decision to sell could arguably be the second most important event in your life.

So don’t take it lightly, don’t do it under-prepared.  Do it from a position of STRENGTH!

Of course exiting a business doesn’t always mean a multi-million dollar sale, it may involve leaving a legacy and passing the business onto the next generation.  Or it may unfortunately involve an exit designed to minimise ongoing losses.

Whatever the scenario, there is a right way to do it, and a wrong way.  Let us help you ensure you make the right choice …

See the menu to the right for the ways we can help you manage the exit process …

Accounting & Tax

What our customers say

My worst nightmare was an ATO audit… when it happened, Tom and the Team resolved all the issues painlessly

I recently received the dreaded notice from the ATO that my business affairs were to be reviewed (a nice way of saying audited). As you can imagine I was immediately pretty stressed and anxious as to what would be involved and what the outcome could be. But CapitalQ handled the whole process so efficiently and professionally, they were able to answer all of the ATO questions and requests for information in a manner that meant further questions and requests for information were not required. This meant that the ATO quickly felt comfortable with what was presented to them and that I was doing all the right things and that there was nothing to be gained by digging further (which there wasn’t, but still, you don’t want them digging further if you can avoid it).

Burak

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