|Selling Your Business Without The Tax Bite - FREE Webinars - 7/28, 8/2
These FREE Webinars, we'll show you how you can sell your business without paying exorbitant taxes. We'll also discuss how you can tailor your transaction to your wealth, tax and estate planning needs. Beth Veloz hosts these FREE monthly webinars for business owner/sellers, brokers, agents, and intermediaries. Beth can be reached direct at 626-696-2900 for more info.
|LA County Laundry Seminar - How To Buy A Laundromat: 7/21, 9/22, 11/17
Looking to buy a Southern California card or coin laundromat? PWS Laundry is presenting their next Los Angeles County seminars on Thursdays: 7/21, 9/22, 11/17. For details click on the link above: Los Angeles County Laundry Seminar - How To Buy A Laundromat. For details and to RSVP call 323-721-8832.
|BizBen Index Report: For The Week Of 7/18 Thru 7/22, 302 Businesses Sold
BizBen Index Report: For the week of 7/18 thru 7/22 302 small to mid-sized California businesses were sold by business owners, business brokers, and agents. 2016 now shows 9,965+ total California small & mid-sized businesses sold. Last year (2015) 15,660 small businesses sold in California. For this month's exact county by county counts go to July 2016 BizBen Index Stats for details.
|SF Bay Area Laundry Seminar For Buyers - Buying A Laundromat - 8/11, 9/8
Our upcoming San Francisco PWS laundry seminar is on Thursday, 8/11, 9/18, 10/13, 11/10, 12/8 and is ideal for those looking to invest in a SF Bay Area coin / card operated laundry. This live seminar is approximately 1 hour & includes useful information for potential SF Bay Area area laundromat business buyers. For details go to SF Laundry Seminar and call 650-871-0300 for more info & to RSVP.
|San Diego Workshop - Buying A Laundry Business - 7/30 Saturday
Chuck Post, coin laundry consultant and specialty business broker is giving a FREE San Diego area workshop on Saturday July 30th to discuss how to buy a laundry. Topics Include: Valuing A Coin Laundry, Pitfalls To Watch For, Determinining The True Income, Coin Or Card / Attended or Un-Attended, etc. For details regarding this workshop go to Laundry Workshop Info or phone 619-227-5711 to RSVP.
|Workshop 9/10: How to Find Profitable Businesses For Sale Not On The Market
Find Businesses Possible For Sale Not On The Market - Seal Beach - Workshop. Date: Saturday September 10th: 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Call 562-286-1818 for more information or to register, (leave your name and e-mail) for the exact location and directions. Willard Michlin, CPA (106752) will be presenting this live workshop.
|Workshop 9/10: Finding The Perfect Business Type When Buying A Businesss
Willard Michlin, CPA (562-286-1818) discusses in his latest live workshop where he will discuss: Learn what industries or types of business you would do well in. Learn what business types you would enjoy working in the most. Determine the best type of businesses that are a match for you. Phone 562-286-1818 for details and to RSVP.
|3 Important Points About Seller Financing when Selling A Business
When selling your small business, offering seller financing is a great way to help your business standout from others on the market and it is also a good strategy to consider that can help you close a sale. If you plan to offer seller financing there are a number of things you need to know. Peter Siegel with BizBen discusses this topic.
|Laundry Broker Explains Laundry Leases: 4 Big Issues For Buyers And Sellers
The laundry lease is undoubtedly of the highest element of value of the laundry investment. It is critical to get and to keep your lease in line with the operating model that is intended for your laundry. Chuck Post, a Southern California laundry consultant and broker covers this targeted topic for laundry buyers and sellers.
|The Top 10 Questions You Should Ask Before Buying A Business
After investing years of time and talent into a company, many small business owners want to feel like they are leaving their business in good hands and for that reason, some sellers opt to sell their business to an employee. Let’s talk about the pros and cons to taking this route.