When seeking business acquisition financing loans, it helps to review seller's add backs as a source of funding to service the debt. Peter Siegel, MBA - BizBen Founder and ProBuy/ProSell Lead Facilitator and advisor covers this topic for business buyers, owner/sellers, agents, and business brokers. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
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Even without meaning to be dishonest, sellers or brokers talking to someone who wants to buy a small business often make statements that are not true. And sometimes what is said is known to be a lie. The buyer is smart to carefully evaluate what they hear - six untrue statements sometimes told. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Should owners who offer a business for sale reveal to prospective buyers any income that is not recorded in the books? This is a controversial topic with arguments both for and against. Most business sales intermediaries believe if you don't pay tax on it, you can't claim it. Some sellers disagree. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
One of the most difficult challenges when purchasing a small business is expressed by this prospective buyer of a liquor store who is told by the seller that there is more money being made than shows up on the books. Should the buyer accept that statement by the seller & go ahead with the purchase? Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Financing a business purchase has become more difficult in the past couple of years. But buyers and sellers of small and mid-sized businesses are finding other ways to raise the money needed to complete their transactions. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen discusses these ideas with BizBen Blog readers. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Peter Siegel, MBA discusses buyers who want to buy a business for sale know about asking the seller to provide part of the financing with a carry-back note. Many business buyers need some cash to help fund the down payment and for working capital. Here are four ideas about how to get that money. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
In dealing with business sales, often times the Seller or the Buyer will ask about the use of an escrow company. The seller may say, Why can't the buyer just pay me cash or give me a cashier's check? This blog post covers why utilizing an escrow service is so important in selling a small business. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
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