Financing The Business Sale
Structuring the purchase of a business is an issue that should be faced early in the selling decision. Ultimately, the final structure of the sale will be determined by actual negotiations between buyer and seller, but the seller must still answer the following questions:Read More
What Is A Business Worth?
Many courts and the Internal Revenue Service have defined fair market value as: “The amount at which property would exchange between a willing buyer and a willing seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell and both having a reasonable knowledge of relevant facts.” You may have to read this several times to get the gist and depth of this definition.Read More
Valuing A Business From A Buyer’s Perspective
Often times, public company data is used when attempting to value a privately-held firm. This comparison usually requires substantial adjustments to offset the risks inherent in the privately-held or closely-held company. These potential risk characteristics are usually elements that are overlooked by sellers, but not by potential buyers.Read More
How Important Is The Asking Price?
Depends on whom you are asking. If you’re the seller, you might say that the asking price is too low. The buyer would say, obviously, that the asking price is too high. How can they both be right? Who decides?Read More
Why Use A Business Broker/Intermediary
Business brokers and intermediaries can be valuable allies when it comes time to sell your business. Here are just some of the reasons why it pays to work with professional business brokers:Read More
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Cooper City, Fl 33328
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