BizBen Blog Posts And Articles On Buying And Selling California Businesses
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You may not want the drawbacks associated with a traditional brick and mortar business, which includes employees, office space, lots of overhead, and more. If that's the case, then an internet franchise may be perfect for you. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Buying a new franchise is an excellent way to own a successful business. However, like everything else in life, while searching for the right franchise for you to buy you need to be on the lookout for potential scams. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
While much of the negotiating for purchase of a small California business is conducted at arms length, meaning that the principal is not present when his or her offer or counteroffer is presented to the other party, there are times when buyer and seller find themselves at the same table, where they attempt to come to an agreement on a deal. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Allocation issues are very important to the selling/buying a business process. Andy Dobrov with Premier Business Opportunities in Los Altos California discusses allocation issues with my blog readers. By Todd Moore View All Todd Moore Blog Posts
Joe Atchison explains in this article, 10 Obstacles To Selling A Business some precise reasons why business owners have a difficult time selling their small business. Some obstacles are: poor accounting records, unrealistic asking price, seller demanding cash, low or no profits, etc. Read this article by D. Joe Atchison, CBI on why sellers may incur difficulty in sellling their business. By D. Joe Atchison, CBI View All D. Joe Atchison, CBI Blog Posts
Imagine having the prestige and excitement enjoyed by the area's small business brokers: What a fun and lucrative profession! You've heard about the terrific benefits, but do you know in reality that the business broker life doesn't always match up with the myths? Some examples of the myths and facts are listed in this blog/article. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
With the multitude of factors that come into play when deciding the appropriate time to inform your employees that your business is for sale, I do not offer a standard or general answer. When sellers consult me as to my opinion on when it is the right time, I like to review the major issues that will affect the decision.
Due diligence definition and checklist with services for buying and selling small to mid-sized businesses. A check list is important for legal and accounting due-diligence. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Selling your business is not like selling residential or commercial real estate. Business broker D. Joe Atchison, Business Broker, CBI, CBB, CPA, MBA covers with our readers the differences in selling a small business vs. real estate, and valuations of small businesses. By D. Joe Atchison, CBI View All D. Joe Atchison, CBI Blog Posts