Manage and Minimize Risk

May 2013
BusinessWest;5/6/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 25, p60
The article discusses the key points which are needed by business owners while dissolving a business owner to reduce and manage risk associated with it focusing on control of emotion, discussion of the dissolution plan with co-owners and business advisors and development of plan in written form.


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