3 Mistakes Business Owners Can't Afford to Make When Planning Their Exit Strategy

Getting an early start on laying the groundwork for your exit is imperative. Empowering others to make decisions and delegating responsibilities also play key roles.

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If you’re a small-business owner approaching retirement, it’s important to start thinking about how to avoid common small-business exit strategy mistakes.

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Christopher C. Giambrone, CFP®, AIF®
Co-founder, CG Capital™

Chris Giambrone is a co-founder of CG Capital™, a boutique wealth management firm based in New Hartford, N.Y.  He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®). Chris has also earned a Certificate in Retirement Planning from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania.