Small-business owners are often passionate about what they do and take great pride in the value or service their business offers. It’s likely they work long hours and spend ample mental time thinking about operations, employee retention, customer acquisition, human resources and reducing liability.
They often shed blood, sweat and tears for their baby, especially in the early stages. And if they’re successful, these efforts are likely to begin to pay dividends where they ultimately find themselves with an asset that has real value. It’s usually at this time when they reach a financial fork in the road.
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