Small business owners often put everything they have into running their business, including every last bit of money they make. After all, business owners are chasing their dreams and often feel any investment they make in their business ought to come full circle and loan them financial security down the road. Unfortunately, that school of thought is a little too simplistic to work out for many small business owners nearing retirement age. The difference between liquid cash and assets tied to business cash flow are great. You may have great numbers coming from your business, but the reality of operating might dictate that you keep re-investing your revenues to keep the business going. Business owners who have put nothing aside may have to rely on extreme financial measures to grow a nest egg in a short amount of time. These measures can include liquidating their business, unattractive to many as they have fought so long to grow and protect it, or diverting revenue streams that

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