We often write about the importance of an exit strategy. In my most recent article with the Green Bay Press-Gazette, I highlighted a specific exit strategy commonly called a shotgun clause.

50-50 business partnerships are common, and if the business is viable – things usually work out early on from a sales and profits standpoint. But it’s important at the outset to agree to a “what if” clause before getting into a partnership.

Learn more about the shotgun clause!

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