“Thanks for your professionalism during the negotiations and the final closing of the purchase.”

– Tony F. Bought an upscale/resort restaurant/bar.

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Share This:<> Business Brokers: The Aftermath The Aftermath? What the heck does that mean? Well, when a business is sold, there are three separate aftermaths. The seller has one, the buyer has another and the broker has the third. The aftermath for the broker is something we go over in
Share This:<<>> Business Brokers: Tax Issues #2 Taxes. What, again?!? That’s right. Another riff. But this one is about a somewhat little known method designed to help our clients – the sellers of the businesses we represent – defer taxes on the gains they realize from their work building a
Share This:<<>> Business Brokers: Tax Issues in Sight Taxes. The bane of the business owner’s existence. As professional business brokers, we deal with the tax issue all the time. Every transaction we’re involved in – in fact, nearly every conversation we have with a business owner considering selling – turns
Share This:<> Advising Our Clients Part 3: What’s Selling? What’s selling? We get that question all the time. We’ve gotten it with more frequency during the last year as the corona virus has spread through Europe and then the Americas. But we also get – and just as frequently –
Share This:<> Business Brokers: Advising Our Clients Part 2 Last week’s post – Part 1 of our discussion about business brokers advising our clients – dealt with financing issues, tax issues and knowing what – the business’ assets or the equity in the business – is being sold. In this