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How Inventory Affects The Business Valuation
How The Inventory Amount Affects The Business Valuation And Transaction
If inventory is an asset of the small business, why is it treated differently from other assets in setting the business value and conducting the transaction? Tim Cunha, San Francisco Bay Area Business Broker explores this topic about how the inventory amount affects a business valuation.  By Tim Cunha   View All Tim Cunha Blog Posts
San Francisco Restaurant Workshop
Workshop: How To Value & Sell Your San Francisco Restaurant Or Bar
This live FREE workshop by Cheryl Maloney (San Francisco Business Broker Specialist) is designed for San Francisco restaurant owners who are thinking of selling and would like to know how much their restaurant or bar is worth and how to get it sold successfully. Limited seats, please RSVP via phone.  By Cheryl Maloney   View All Cheryl Maloney Blog Posts
Potential Worst Word In Business Sales
Potential: One Of The Most Harmful Words In Business Sales
Without question, it's one of the most misused and abused words in business sales. There are few among us who haven't been completely annoyed by proclamations about the POTENTIAL of a business that's on the market. Brian Loring, a Los Angeles County Business Broker chats about this misused term.  By Brian Loring, CBB   View All Brian Loring, CBB Blog Posts
Coin Operated Laundromat Or Card Operated Laundromat?
Buying A Laundry: Coin Operated Laundromat Or Card Operated Laundromat?
More and more we see "Coinless Laundromats". Anyone in the business or entering the business will face the age old question; Coin or Card? Well, perhaps it's not an age old question, as card systems haven't been around very long, but it is a question worth considering. Steve Erlinger explains.  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
Adjusted Net Income Add Backs Analysis
Add Backs: Defining Adjusted Net Income When Buying A Small Business
The use of add backs & adjusted net income is common among sellers of businesses when showing their financial information & explaining that the buyer will actually enjoy more profit than is shown. But business buyers are cautioned to review documents closely. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen explains.  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? Tips For Laundry Buyers
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
Pricing A Small Business For Sale
Pricing A Small Business For Sale - Several Key Factors Play A Role!
As an Advisor On BizBen I talk to many California business owners, business buyers, brokers, and agents on a daily basis about valuing California small to mid-sized businesses. Many key factors go into this analysis including market demand, history of earnings, and even how the deal is structured.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
High Purchase Prices Tank Deals
Why Deals Fail: Unrealistic High Asking Prices Are Usually The Culprit
The unfortunate truth is that approximately 50% of all small business sales transactions fall through. While failed transactions can happen for a variety of reasons, Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen Founder & Lead Advisor) discusses the most common reason deals fall through; unrealistic asking prices.  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
5 Tips When Selecting A Business Broker
5 Best Tips When Choosing A Business Broker When Selling Your Business
Most owners know that when choosing a broker to help sell your business, it's good to find out about his or her background and maybe get some references of people who've worked with the professional. Before signing a listing agreement, it helps to know these extra things about the business broker.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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