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Pleasanton Weekly

- March 28, 2014

Finding happiness after selling your business

Too many would-be golf partners still working?

by Gary Alt

Three out of four business owners regretted their decision to sell their business just one year later, according to a study by PriceWaterhouse Coopers. That's a surprising statistic when you consider that a business owner can receive cash or stock equal to several years' worth of the company's revenue. If you didn't save enough for retirement while working, selling the business could provide more than enough in a single transaction.

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Gary Alt is co-founder of Monterey Private Wealth in Pleasanton, and is a member of the Exit Planning Institute.


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