Surviving Vs. Thriving

Plant seedlings growing out of coin stacks , both increasing in sizeWhat commercial awareness really means. Plus 5 reasons firms don’t thrive … and how to solve them.

By Martin Bissett
Passport to Partnership

A big concern in recent years has been how the incoming partners will purchase equity or fund the capital account and exit of a retiring partner.

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Much has been written that examines the mathematical complexities of this topic but the bottom line is simple. Would-be partners in the age demographic of 28-42 are part of a generation who are already heavily borrowed in the form of credit card debt, mortgage debt and other forms of personal loans.