Putting important provisions in your shareholder agreement can ensure that you and your shareholders are working from the same set of expectations when making decisions.
By asking themselves these questions, business owners can vet their expectations against reality, identify potential pitfalls and recognize any gaps that need to be addressed before a potential sale.
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