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Allocation Of Purchase Price
Determining The Allocation Of The Purchase Price In An Asset (Non-Stock) Business Sale
When selling and buying a business, it is almost always necessary to allocate the purchase price to various categories of assets for tax and accounting purposes, whether this is a transfer of all the assets of the business or an actual stock sale of the business entity. Broker Tim Cunha explains  By Tim Cunha   View All Tim Cunha Blog Posts
Five Myths About Selling A Business
5 Myths About Selling A Small Business
There are many myths associated with the process of selling a business and some of them can actually cause deals to fall through. Don't let your sale be comprised, be aware of these common misconceptions related to the process of selling your business. Peter Siegel, with BizBen explores these myths.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Telling Buyers About Unreported Income
Selling A Business: Telling Potential Business Buyers About Unreported Income
Should owners who offer a business for sale reveal to prospective buyers any income that is not recorded in the books? This is a controversial topic with arguments both for and against. Most business sales intermediaries believe if you don't pay tax on it, you can't claim it. Some sellers disagree.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Auto Repair Location Buying A Business
What Makes A Great Automotive Location? Advice For Picking A Shop Site
Brian Loring, Business Broker - an auto related industry specialist in the Los Angeles County, Ventura County areas relates why the location and other factors are important when buying an auto related business. Items discussed are: competition, zoning and permitting, visibility, demographics, etc.  By Brian Loring   View All Brian Loring Blog Posts
Bob Hughes On Goodwill Selling A Business
Bob Hughes Answers: What Is The Goodwill Of Your Business?
Goodwill is what a business owner has built into his business over the years. Bob Hughes, a long time business broker serving the Coachella Valley & the San Diego County area gives his definition of goodwill and what is included when buying and selling small to mid-sized businesses.  By Bob Hughes   View All Bob Hughes Blog Posts
When And How To Tell Employees When Selling A Business
Selling A Business: When And How To Tell Employees
Lee Petsas a Southern California business broker writes about his experiences relating to when to tell employees the business is for sale or has been sold.  By Lee Petsas   View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
Should You Knowingly Overpay For A Business
Should You Knowingly Overpay For A Small Business Purchase?
Willard Michlin, CPA (at 562-286-1818) discusses why business buyers sometimes overpay to buy a small business and how to look at a deal and make sure you don't overpay to purchase a business.  By Willard Michlin   View All Willard Michlin Blog Posts
Finding A Dry Cleaner For Sale
Finding A Dry Cleaner For Sale That Will Be A High Performer
Before you buy a California dry cleaners for sale, read these crucial tips. Discover why a dry cleaner for sale needs to be "green" to be profitable. Peter Siegel, MBA explores this topic and other helpful tips and strategies on finding and buying a successful California dry cleaner.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Business Acquisition Financing Information
Business Acquisition Financing Request Needs Earnings Explanation
What are actual adjusted net earnings of a company being purchased with business acquisition financing? That's the figure to know and to provide a lender. Peter Siegel, MBA explains this concept.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Baby Boomers And Their Effect On California Small Business Sales
Retiring Baby Boomers And Their Effect On California Small Business Sales
Each day, more than 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 62. Around this age, Americans, many of which are small business owners, start to think about their exit strategy from the workforce. For a small business owner, the process can be complex and their decision to retire has an impact on many others.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
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