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Share This:  <> Business Brokers: Discount for Lack of Marketability Business brokers – and business owners: Would a discount for lack of marketability by appropriate for a business you’re considering bringing to market? If you’re a business broker – or intend to become one – you’re going to encounter businesses
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Share This:  <> Selling a Business: What You Need to Know When selling a business, there are several monetary aspects of the transaction and its aftermath that the seller needs to consider before bringing the business to market. In fact, a seller needs to know – or at least have
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Share This:  <> Buying a Business: Stock vs Asset Purchase If you’re considering buying a business – or if you’re a business broker working with a client buying a business – it’s important to know the  difference between an asset purchase and a stock purchase. The distinction is very important.

November 23, 2019

M&A: How Buyers Think

Share This:  <> M&A: How Buyers Think If you’re a business broker – or a business owner considering selling – wouldn’t you like to know how buyers think? I know that that would have been a pretty good bit of knowledge to have when I got started! Of course, how
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November 18, 2019

Valuing Businesses

Share This:  <> Valuing Businesses Valuing businesses is always a hot topic for us, whether we’re working with business owners, business brokers or students of our course, The Basic “How To” of Becoming a Business Broker™. Valuing businesses is, after all, the essence of being able to sell them. Without

November 11, 2019

Selling Franchises

Share This:  <> Selling Franchises Does selling franchises make sense for a business broker? Well, yes and no. Over the years, we’ve been approached by various companies – both franchisors and franchise brokers – about our brokers selling whatever brands those companies have on offer. After plenty of consideration, a
Share This:  <> Buying vs Starting a Business Buying vs starting a business… Which makes more sense? I often speak to groups of potential entrepreneurs and this question always comes up. The answer, of course, is that it depends. It depends on the amount and availability of capital each approach
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Share This:  <> Business Brokers Needed: More Evidence Are more professional business brokers needed? More evidence surfaces every day. Judging by the volume of email we receive every week – from reports in business magazines, newspapers, financial planning journals, demographers and countless other sources – the resounding answer is “YES!”
Share This:  <> Selling a Business: Five Things to Consider Five things?!? Just five things to consider when selling a business?!? Are you kidding me? Well, yes; there are TONS of things to consider when selling a business but, like all posts, I’m trying to keep this one under 1,500
Share This:  <> Business Owners: Selling to the Enemy As a business broker, many times you’ll realize that the ideal buyer of one of your clients is, in fact, your client’s competitor. In such an instance, your client will realize that doing the deal will be tantamount to selling to
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