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Friday, July 9, 2010

Team up with the March Group and Earn Money for Retirement

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Andrew Carnegie started out with very little. As a young immigrant from Scotland, Carnegie worked several jobs throughout his young life in America. By his middle age, Carnegie had monopolized the mass production of steel with his Carnegie Steel Company. By the time he retired, selling his holdings to J.P. Morgan, Carnegie had more money than he could ever handle. As a result, he became one of the world’s most prolific philanthropists. Nearly one hundred years after Carnegie’s death, he is still considered one of the richest, most successful business owners that ever lived.

Sadly, not every business owner or entrepreneur is Andrew Carnegie. When these business owners retire, they will never have the money that Carnegie commanded during his philanthropic ventures. Nevertheless, business owners today can still sell their companies for a comfortable retirement. Seeking out the financial expertise of The March Group is the first step.

The life of a moderately successful business owner never parallels that of Carnegie’s fairy tale. Still, The March Group, a middle-market investment firm that specializes in mergers and acquisitions, works to ensure that business owners can turn a great profit from selling their businesses. The profits gained from sale ultimately allow these hard-working individuals to retire. With The March Group, these retirees can finally slow down and enjoy a retirement that allows them to still turn profits.

Starting a business takes a great deal of courage. Retiring from that same business takes even more determination. During the moments of uncertainty, The March Group will be there to help guide its clients toward retirement. While the majority of business owners will not turn the same profit from their company’s sale as that of Andrew Carnegie, The March Group ensures that these owners never need to worry about the nuts and bolts of business again. Instead, they can finally enjoy the easy life. Philanthropic endeavors are, of course, optional.

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