|How Do I Sell My Business Without Getting Sued - Tips For Owner Sellers
A question sellers ask: how do I sell my business without getting sued, isn't a subject just for discussions with lawyers. A seller can take some precautions to reduce potential legal problems. Peter Siegel, MBA Founder Of BizBen and BizBen.com's ProBuy and ProSell Programs discusses this topic.
|Due Diligence Checklists - 10 Things to Investigate When Buying A Business
Buying a California business involves reviewing due diligence checklists so buyers can learn enough to determine whether to proceed with a deal. Here's a due diligence checklist of the items a buyer should request for review, and sellers should plan to make available for a serious purchaser. Peter Siegel with BizBen walks you through these items.
|Buying A Pizza Restaurant, Pizzeria Tips: What Pizzeria Buyers Need To Know
Peter Siegel with BizBen (866-270-6278) discusses buying pizza restaurant for sale tips and what to watch out for. Topics: Owner involvement in the business as pizzerias are most successful when the owner is onsite. Also discussed is the importance of location and reviewing all financial and tax information. See all Calilfornia Pizza Restaurants for sale on BizBen.
|Business Purchase Financing - Tips For Faster SBA Loan Approvals
Business purchase financing advisor (BizBen ProBuy Program) Peter Siegel shares his views of getting SBA loan financing when buying or selling a busines. This article explains the nuances of the SBA loan process when considering business purchase financing or getting pre-qualified. Phone Peter Siegel direct (866-270-6278) regarding SBA and Non SBA Loan Financing.
|Buy A Business Or Start From Scratch? Five Top Tips For Potential Entrepreneurs
Some entrepreneurs believe it's better to start a business from scratch rather than buy an existing enterprise. While this may be good advice in some cases, usually it's not the best strategy. Here are five tips to help a buyer make the right decision from Peter Siegel (866-270-6278) On BizBen.
|Why 80% Of All California Business Buyers Never End Up Buying A Business
First the dreaded statistic: 80% of all California business buyers looking to buy a small to mid-sized business in California never end up doing so! Peter Siegel, the Founder of BizBen cover successful tactics all business buyers should utilize. For more information about the BizBen ProBuy Program phone Peter Siegel direct at 866-270-6278.
|4 Essential Facts For Coin Laundry Buyers Seeking To Buy A Laundromat
Many Californians want to buy a coin laundry because it's a business that doesn't require full time owner attention and because, as an all cash business, the owner is always paid before the service is provided. But there are a few misconceptions about the business and a buyer should have the facts. Peter Siegel (866-270-6278) with BizBen goes over these four essential facts.
|Absentee Run Small Businesses - Myth Or Reality When Buying A Business?
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. Peter Siegel with BizBen (866-270-6278) explores this absentee run business topic.
|Buying A Frozen Self-Serv Yogurt Shop - Yogurt Store Purchase Financing Tips
Financing a frozen self-serv yogurt shop for can be challenging. Here, you'll learn the real scoop behind financing a yogurt shop purchase to help it be profitable from the start. Peter Siegel at 866-270-6278with BizBen discusses buying and selling yogurt stores and strategies for financing their purchase on this blog/article.
|Looking To Buy A Restaurant? Essential Tips On What Not To Do!
Many California small business investors want to buy a restaurant. People always need to eat; there should be plenty of business. And some buyers think there is prestige to owning a popular eating establishment. But buying a restaurant can be daunting. Here's what not to do when planning to buy a restaurant according to Peter Siegel (866-270-6278) with BizBen.com