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Inventory And The Price For A Retail Related Business
Is Inventory Value Part Of, Or Added To The Price For A Retail Business?
A business buyer in the BizBen ProBuy Program asks how to handle the inventory amount in the purchase price of a business. Other questions answered in this article: Do you add the inventory value to the business value? Should the owner be expected to take back a note for the value of the inventory?  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Are You Ready To Buy A Laundromat?
Are You Ready To Buy A Laundromat?
Steve Erlinger, a laundromat business broker discusses tips on buying a laundry. He also discusses various options for financing a laundry purchase. Options include retirement funds, line of credit on your home, SBA loans etc. Being prepared is the key - getting pre-qualified for financing is best.  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
Checklist When Selling A California Small Business
Selling A California Small Business? This Checklist Will Determine Your Success
When selling a California business, owners should use our salability checklist to determine whether the effort will be successful. Ten factors must be considered to properly prepare a business for sale. Three of the factors account for more than 50% probability of achieving success in selling!  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Working With Business Brokers
7 Ways To Get the Most From Your Business Broker
Chances of success in business sales multiply dramatically when owners and brokers work actively together through the entire process. I find that many automotive owners (and sellers in general) feel so engulfed in running their shops that they do very little to help the broker along the way.  By Brian Loring   View All Brian Loring 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 800-864-0420) 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
Due Diligence When Buying A Dry Cleaning Business
Case Study: Key Items To Watch Out For When Buying A Dry Cleaning Business
This is a case study of one of his diligence assignments regarding a dry cleaners for sale in Los Angeles County, California. Willard Michlin, CPA discusses a recent due diligence assignment for a business buyer and what mistakes and miscues many of the participants in this transaction / deal made.  By Willard Michlin   View All Willard Michlin Blog Posts
Five Myths About Selling A Business
5 Myths About Selling A Small Business In California
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, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Interpreting Reported Earnings
Interpreting Reported Earnings From Sellers
Peter Siegel, MBA Founder of BizBen and the BizBen ProBuy, ProSell Programs discusses interpreting reported earnings from sellers through tax returns, financial statements and other means when buying a small to mid-sized California small business.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Valuing A Small Business
Valuing A Small Business - Searching For Market Value
There are a number of standard appraisal methods used to value a business that include, Asset approach, Income approach, Market approach (Comps), Capitalization of Earnings and Discounted Future Earnings. Bob Klein, a business valuation professional shares his view on searching for market value.  By Bob Klein   View All Bob Klein Blog Posts
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