Even if you're not ready to go, you should be planning your exit

10/17/2010 | NYTimes.com

Almost half of small-business owners responding to a recent Gallup poll said they don't intend to retire until their health forces them to do so. But your business won't be worth as much when you're "clutching your left arm and keeling over into a mail bin," Barbara Taylor writes. Today's economic situation might look grim, but it still makes sense to plan for an exit that gets the most value from your business -- and four steps can help you get started toward that goal, she writes.

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