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Successful business sellers need a game plan to sell their California small business for maximum price and for the best terms. Peter Siegel, MBA discusses these strategies with BizBen Blog readers. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
As a consultant I talk to many California business owners, business buyers, brokers, and agents on a daily basis about valuing businesses. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen.com talks about key factors in pricing a business for sale in the California marketplace.
When seeking business acquisition loans, it helps to review seller's add backs as a source of funding to service the debt. But explain them correctly. Peter Siegel, MBA a business acquisition financing expert and advisor covers this topic for business buyers, sellers, and intermediaries. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Would you like to know what your business is worth? What's more, what it could be worth with a small amount of effort and investment? Business brokers have a variety of methods to determine value. Tim Cunha, JD a SF Bay Area Business Broker discusses his answers to this question about valuation. By Tim Cunha View All Tim Cunha Blog Posts
When selling your small business, you'll be bombarded with questions - from the brilliant to the ridiculous. You need to be prepared. Here are some of the key questions you can expect to be asked. Tim Cunha (SF Bay Area Business Broker at 650-600-3751) reviews many of these possible questions. By Tim Cunha View All Tim Cunha Blog Posts
A problem owners encounter when offering a California business for sale is that not all so-called buyers are qualified to make the purchase. It's frustrating and costly to waste time showing non-qualified buyers the business. Here are ways to identify time wasters so the focus is on real buyers. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
The economy has started to repair itself since the recession. While things may never be what they were in the past, the economy and small businesses have started to gain some form of momentum again. If you are considering buying a small to mid-size business consider these recession proof businesses. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Some buyers search for an absentee business to own, wanting to collect profits generated by a successful enterprise without having to stand at the sales counter or cash register, without having to cook, operate equipment or talk to customers. Here's some insight about finding such a business. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Buying a nail service business requires careful consideration during the due diligence process. Peter Siegel, MBA (Business Purchase Financing Expert, ProBuy & ProSell Program Advisor with BizBen) at 866-270-6278, discusses the important factors to focus on when valuing & buying a nail salon shop. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts