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Business Financing: 6 Important Questions to Consider

How the purchase of a company and the business financing terms accompanying it are structured, is something that must be dealt with early on in the selling process. The simple fact is that when utilizing business financing for the purchase of a business it is too important to treat as an afterthought. The final structure […]

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How to Drastically Reduce Taxes by Allocating Goodwill

You may hear the word “Goodwill”  thrown around a lot, especially during business valuation and/or buying and selling a business, but what does it really mean?  When it comes to selling your business, the term refers to all the “sweat equity” that the seller put into a business during his/her ownership tenure. Goodwill can be […]

Why Seller Financing is Important when Selling Your Business?

Buying a business requires a good deal of capital and/or willingness from the current owner to offer Seller Financing. The bottom line is that a large percentage of buyers don’t have the necessary capital or lender resources to pay cash and that is where seller financing comes into play. The fact is that seller financing […]

Selling your Business? Be Aware of these Four Potential Issues

We’ve outlined below a few unexpected aspects of the business sale process that can pop up. Sometimes they severely impact the turnaround time of a sale. But if you can understand these potential issues better, you will be better prepared to try to circumvent them. 1. Do You Have Time on Your Side? It’s helpful […]

Your Company’s Undocumented Worth

The valuation is a major factor that influences the overall selling price of the property. Business appraisals are based upon a multitude of criteria and indisputable records such as comparables, projections, discount rates, EBITDA multiples, and more. While the appraiser may have all the information he or she needs, the business elements might be overlooked. […]

Service Businesses Perform Highest When It Comes to Sales

Recently, Business Brokerage Press performed a survey of brokers across the country to see what sells at the highest rate, and what they discovered was very interesting. Retail business sold at 17%, food and drink related businesses at 14%, service oriented businesses sold at 25%, auto related businesses sold at 9%, manufacturing businesses sold at […]