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Business Valuation
Share This:  <> Valuing a Business: The “Add-Backs” Valuing a business is fraught with terms that can be confusing for those untrained in the process. Discretionary earnings, working capital, goodwill, excess inventory, FF&E, etc. are among them. But as we teach in our course, The Basic “How-To” of Becoming a

June 10, 2019

Seller Remorse

Share This:  <> Seller Remorse: The Emotional Aspect of Selling Though selling a business is, at its most basic, essentially a financial transaction, there are numerous emotional aspects that are involved as well. A business owner must be prepared emotionally and a business broker must do everything possible to assist
Share This:  <> Pricing a Business to Sell: Part 3 Pricing for Risk Yes, another post on pricing a business to sell – and determining whether or not the business is sell-able. Two weeks ago, in Part 1, I wrote about some of the questions a broker should be asking
Share This:  <> Pricing a Business to Sell: Part 2 Last week in Pricing a Business to Sell: Part 1, I wrote about some of the issues a professional business broker – or business owner – should consider when establishing the price of a business; at least if you’re pricing
Share This:  <> Pricing a Business to Sell Last week, I wrote about the large number of businesses that come to market that never sell. That post also listed a dozen or more reasons why businesses don’t sell. But it also stated that the main reason businesses don’t sell is
The Final Handshake
Share This:  <> How Many Businesses Sell? How many businesses that are put up for sale actually sell? If you are considering becoming a business broker, that might be a useful bit of information to have, don’t you think? The short answer may seem trite but it’s true: “every business
Share This:  <> Handling Inventory When Selling a Business Knowing the proper way to handle inventory when selling a business is an important part of business brokering and those untrained in the profession generally have no idea what to do. This issue arose recently when a business owner hired a
Specialty Breads
Share This:<> Are You Selling a Business or Selling a Job? If you’re a business broker about to meet a business owner that may become a client, you’ve got to ask yourself a fundamental question. To wit: Will you be selling a business or selling a job? The answer to
Share This:<> Another Business Valuation Disaster This business valuation disaster arrived in one of our offices last week. A real estate agent brought this one in after trying for two years to sell her client’s business and real estate. A true story of good intentions gone awry because of ignorance,
Share This: Selling a Business: The Millennials Market Are Millennials buying business? Do they have the chops? We hear a lot about Millennials starting internet and technology businesses but few of them will be the unicorns that Wall Street dreams of. But are they buying existing business? Last week’s post
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