WHAT THE INDUSTRY HAS SAID ABOUT CASHING OUT

"Most founders and principals ultimately come face to face with the decision to sell their hard-earned business assets and equity. Except for a very few fortunate individuals in life, this moment in time is inevitable, either in whole or in part. So whether your intent is to sell now or in the future, it is important to be prepared for the moment. Al Frank's book, 'Cashing Out', is a great resource to this end. His experiences as an entrepreneur who has been in the same situations and his pragmatic advice and exercises for how to meet the challenges you will face will be of great benefit, whether the decision is imminent or later in the development of your business. I only wish this guidebook had been around when I was going through this age-old process."

Mario Morino Chairman, Morino Institute



"For every few entrepreneurs that cash out successfully, thousands miss the opportunity. This is a thoughtful, systematic, readable guide that will help you maximize your company's value. Tricks of the trade by a seasoned entrepreneur who has been there - on both sides of the table.

A great book, easy to read, useful, by an entrepreneur who has bought and sold many companies. If followed will ensure better valuation for your company."

Dr. Jeffrey Weiss Chief Executive, CCI
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WHO SHOULD READ CASHING OUT?

A good question, considering you don't have a chance to browse the contents in a bookstore. There are many situations to which CASHING OUT will lend information and resource, here are just a few:

If you are thinking of starting a company

If you own a company

If you have an offer for your company

If you are thinking of using a business broker

If you are thinking of selling your company

If you want to optimize cash from your company

If you want to buy a company

If you want to know more about how people sell their companies

If you are a legal or accounting professional dealing with companies.

CASHING OUT also contains many standard forms and boiler-plate contract clauses for your use.


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