The Bizbuysell Guide To Selling Your Small Business

Author: Barbara Findlay Schenck
Editor: BizBuySell
ISBN: 9781475109160
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Produced by BizBuySell, the Internet's largest marketplace for businesses for sale, and written in conjunction with Small Business Strategist, Barbara Findlay Schenck, author of best-selling business books including Selling Your Business For Dummies, this guide provides a comprehensive overview of the small business sales process including actionable advice and step-by-step instructions to help maximize selling success.

Selling Your Business For Dummies

Author: Barbara Findlay Schenck
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470446234
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A hands-on tool for conducting the successful, profitable sale of a business As business owners gray, trends have shown that they start thinking of cashing out. Selling Your Business For Dummies gives readers expert tips on every aspect of selling a business, from establishing a realistic value to putting their business on the market to closing the deal. It helps them create sound exit plans, find and qualify, find and qualify a buyer, conduct a sale negotiation, and successfully transition the business to a new owner. The accompanying CD is packed with useful questionnaires, worksheets, and forms for prospective sellers, as well as a blueprint for customizing and assembling information into business sale presentation materials sale presentation materials --including snapshots of revenue and profit history, financial condition, market conditions, brand value, competitive arena, growth potential, confidentiality agreements, and other information that supports the sale price. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Harvest

Author: David C. Tolson
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ISBN: 9781432712303
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THE BEST TIME TO SELL YOUR COMPANY IS BEFORE YOU NEED TO In the next ten to twenty years, most business owners will either hand their companies over to their children, shut their businesses down, or sell them. Smart business owners will plan for this years before they retire. Those who do not may find themselves settling for far too little, and this lack of planning may leave them unable to survive financially after their business is gone. In HARVEST, deal experts Christopher J. Younger and David C. Tolson have created the ultimate step-by-step guide that will help you understand how to attain the maximum value for your business and create the perfect exit strategy. In this book, you will learn how to: -Evaluate your financial needs -Plan your exit objectives -Value your business -Hire the right advisory team -Understand financial statements and legal agreements -Find a pool of potential buyers -Enhance the value of your business through proper positioning, timing, and operational improvement -Negotiate the transaction -Close the deal The authors' goal with this book is to convince you that the time you spend today thinking about the ultimate sale or transition of your business will yield some of the greatest rewards you will ever experience related to your business, both financially and personally.

Sell Your Business For An Outrageous Price

Author: Kevin M. Short
Editor: Amacom Books
ISBN: 9780814434710
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Don't sell your business for one less dollar than you deserve to make from your hard-earned investment! Sell Your Business for an Outrageous Price is the indispensable guide you need to win big at the closing table after all the time, energy, and money you have spent growing your business.

The Art Of Selling Your Business

Author: John Warrilow
Editor: Incorporated Original
ISBN: 9781733478151
File Size: 35,62 MB
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The Quick Guide To Selling Your Business

Author: Huzeifa Anjary
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1471718557
File Size: 13,19 MB
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The Complete Guide To Selling A Business

Author: Fred S. Steingold
Editor: Nolo
ISBN: 1413324541
File Size: 41,95 MB
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Out there somewhere is a buyer looking to buy a business like yours. So if you're ready to sell, make sure you protect your interests and maximize your profit with this all-in-one guide.

Valuing And Selling Your Business

Author: Tim McDaniel
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 9781484208458
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In Valuing and Selling Your Business: A Quick Guide to Cashing In, author and valuation expert Tim McDaniel, a veteran of over 2,000 valuation engagements and dozens of M&A deals, covers the essentials in a short value-packed book of valuing and selling your business for an acceptable price. And if the valuation doesn't suggest the price you have in mind is possible, McDaniel shows you how to increase the value before putting your company on the market. It probably won't surprise you that 60–80% of a business owner’s wealth is tied up in the value of the business. This is your most important asset, but you probably only guess at its value and you may have no concrete plan to increase that value. Even if you're not planning to sell in the near future, it's good to know what your business is worth so you can take the steps McDaniel outlines to make it more attractive to prospective buyers. This book covers: How valuations are done Whom to engage as a valuator How to increase the value of your business Insider tips on the sales process Best sales practices Valuing and Selling Your Business: A Quick Guide to Cashing In—an abridgement of McDaniel's Know and Grow the Value of Your Business—helps you get the most for your business when you decide it’s time to move on. What you’ll learn How a company is valued, using terms that business owners can understand. The ways you can increase the value of your business and how an outside buyer will view your company. Why timing might be the most critical component of your exit strategy. Selling methods that work. Who this book is for Those with businesses with revenues up to about $30 million—90 percent of all business owners in the U.S., according to the United States Census Bureau. This amounts to over 12 million businesses in the United States alone. The principles the book espouses will be just as valid in countries besides the U.S. except for the tax advice author Tim McDaniel offers. Table of Contents Chapter 1. Country Club Lifestyle Chapter 2. Valuation Fundamentals Chapter 3. Valuation Approaches Chapter 4. Growing Your Value Chapter 5. Selling Your Business Appendix A. Sample Engagement Letter Appendix B. Sample Due Diligence Request Appendix C. AICPA Statement on Standards for Valuation Services No. 1

Successfully Sell Your Business

Author: Andrew Rogerson
Editor: Rogerson Business Services
ISBN: 0983282625
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Thinking about selling your business or selling your medical practice? This 150 page comprehensive workbook helps you understand the many complexities and decisions you have to make. Written by a professional business broker with many years of real world business experience, this guide shows you how to sell your business in the shortest possible time for the best possible price. It includes reasons why you need to plan ahead for taxes, how to avoid potential legal, accounting, and other roadblocks, how to value your business and other assets, the different types of professionals available and how to research and properly prepare for selling. Also includes how to search for and qualify potential buyers, address finance concerns, protect you and your business with confidentiality agreements, prepare an executive summary, confidential business review and conduct effective negotiations. Also includes dozens of worksheets, checklists, and charts for you to track during the steps of selling.

Selling Your Business For Dummies

Author: Barbara Findlay Schenck
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470381892
File Size: 76,77 MB
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A hands-on tool for conducting the successful, profitable sale of a business As business owners gray, trends have shown that they start thinking of cashing out. Selling Your Business For Dummies gives readers expert tips on every aspect of selling a business, from establishing a realistic value to putting their business on the market to closing the deal. It helps them create sound exit plans, find and qualify, find and qualify a buyer, conduct a sale negotiation, and successfully transition the business to a new owner. The accompanying CD is packed with useful questionnaires, worksheets, and forms for prospective sellers, as well as a blueprint for customizing and assembling information into business sale presentation materials sale presentation materials --including snapshots of revenue and profit history, financial condition, market conditions, brand value, competitive arena, growth potential, confidentiality agreements, and other information that supports the sale price. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file. Please refer to the book's Introduction section for instructions on how to download the companion files from the publisher's website.

The Art Of Selling Your Business

Author: John Warrilow
Editor: Greenleaf Book Group
ISBN: 1733478167
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Freedom. It's the ability to do whatever you want, whenever you want. It's the ultimate reward of selling your business. But selling a company can be confusing, and one wrong step can easily cost you dearly. The Art of Selling Your Business: Winning Strategies & Secret Hacks for Exiting on Top is the last in a trilogy of books by author John Warrillow on building value. The first, Built to Sell, encouraged small business owners to begin thinking about their business as more than just a job. The Automatic Customer tagged recurring revenue as the core element in a valuable company and provided a blueprint for transforming almost any business into one with an ongoing annuity stream. Warrillow completes the set with The Art of Selling Your Business. This essential guide to monetizing a business is based on interviews the author conducted on his podcast, Built to Sell Radio, with hundreds of successfully cashed-out founders. What's the secret for harvesting the value you've created when it's time to sell? The Art of Selling Your Business answers important questions facing any founder, including— • What's your business worth? • When's the best time to sell? • How do you create a bidding war? • How can you position your company to maximize its attractiveness? • Who will pay the most for your business? • What’s the secret for punching above your weight in a negotiation to sell your company? The Art of Selling Your Business provides a sleeves-rolled-up action plan for selling your business at a premium by an author with consummate credibility.

Selling Your Business

Author: David Alan King
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ISBN: 9781734204704
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As a business owner, the last thing you want is to wake up the morning after you sell your company and wonder if you left money on the table. David King addresses the issues business owner should know when planning and selling their business to maximize the sale value. A must read for every business owner from main street to the middle market!

Buying And Selling A Business

Author: Jo Haigh
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405527218
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For many the dream of owning their own business remains just that. Even if you have a great idea, the work and money involved in building a business from the ground up can prove too daunting. What few aspiring entrepreneurs realise is that buying an already existing business can be far easier, sometimes possible with little or no money at all, and can be just as satisfying a route to self-sufficiency. In easy-to-follow language, Buying and Selling a Business takes you through the entire process, from identifying your target business and assembling the right team to help you, to valuation, agreeing terms and finding the necessary finance. Just as importantly, Haigh helps you ensure your deal is the right deal for you, offering advice on running the business you buy and implementing proper exit strategies from the start. With valuable appendices containing typical documentation, and how to read them, Jo Haigh's book is a one-stop resource to closing the deal and transforming your life.

Buying And Selling A Business

Author: Garrett Sutton
Editor: RDA Press, LLC
ISBN: 1937832392
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Buying and Selling a Business reveals key strategies used to sell and acquire business investments. Garrett Sutton, Esq. is a best selling author of numerous law for the layman books, and he guides the reader clearly through all of the obstacles to be faced before completing a winning transaction. “Buying and Selling a Business” uses real life stories to illustrate how to prepare your business for sale, analyze acquisition candidates and assemble the right team of experts. The book also clearly identifies how to understand the tax issues of a business sale, how to use confidentiality agreements to your benefit and how to negotiate your way to a positive result. Robert Kiyosaki, the best selling author of Rich Dad/Poor Dad has this to say about Buying and Selling a Business, “Garrett Sutton’s information is priceless for anyone who wants to increase his or her knowledge of the often secret world of the rich, what the rich invest in, and some of the reasons why the rich get richer.” Buying and Selling a Business is a timely business book for our times.

Selling Your Business

Author: Louis P. Crosier
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471486237
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Twenty-three top advisors from leading firms show entrepreneurs how to transition their business The Entrepreneur's Transition provides an all-in-one handbook for entrepreneurs and corporate insiders seeking advice on their personal financial planning prior to selling or taking a business public. It provides a concise, easy-to-read blueprint that can help business leaders navigate before and after a transaction-so they are well positioned and can avoid costly mistakes. The Entrepreneur's Transition is organized chronologically beginning with the issues a business owner should be concerned with prior to a transaction. It then moves, step by step, through the transaction process and into post transaction diversification, reinvestment, and philanthropy. Louis Crosier (Boston, MA) is a principal at Windward Investment Management and serves as a member of Windward's Investment Committee. His responsibilities include managing client portfolios and overseeing the firm's investment consulting practice.

Selling Your Pharmacy For All It S Worth

Author: Anne Hutchings
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1784622419
File Size: 24,85 MB
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Owning a pharmacy can be a stressful business... selling one can be even more so. Anyone who owns a pharmacy will, at some point, start to think about selling it. This is a huge step and one of the most important a pharmacist is ever likely to make. Since most pharmacists only sell a business once it is something they need to get right first time. Selling a pharmacy can be a minefield for the uninitiated, yet many pharmacy owners approach the task with a frightening lack of focus, and with little forethought or planning. A sale is rarely straightforward and many potential deals fail due to a significant lack of knowledge on the vendor’s part. Selling your pharmacy for all it’s worth gives a unique insight into the sales process and its many pitfalls. In this original guide, one of the UK’s leading experts, Anne Hutchings, provides an inside view of how a pharmacy business should be valued, how buyers are found and how a sale price should be agreed. She guides the vendor carefully through the mountain of work that will be required on the way to completion. “If this book serves to prevent some pharmacy owners from making poor decisions and losing substantial amounts of money when selling their business, I will have achieved my goal,” explains Anne.

Selling Your Value Proposition

Author: Cindy Barnes
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749479922
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A value proposition is created from the combination of a company's products and services, and the value gained by the customer. It is used to drive better business, and is essential to success for any business - without it, companies are at risk of losing customers and being drowned out in crowded marketplaces. Selling Your Value Proposition is a practical, user-friendly guide to establishing a streamlined customer-centric selling process to communicate and express value propositions, enabling companies to convey their value-creating stories to customers consistently. Featuring case studies and interviews with renowned business leaders and influencers, Selling Your Value Proposition demonstrates how value propositions adeptly position a business across a range of industries. The techniques and skills shared have all been honed through the authors' experience with more than 600 companies around the world, and clear, step-by-step guidelines will empower all readers to effectively focus their value propositions for competitive success.

Exit Strategy

Author: Graham Watkins
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781545416327
File Size: 28,31 MB
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A 'no nonsense' guide to selling your business written by Graham Watkins who sold his to a Public Limited Company and rode into the sunset. From why and when to sell, to how he describes each stage of making a great deal in layman's terms exploring the options and pitfalls of getting it wrong. "This is the most comprehensive and easy to read advice about selling a business I have read; you should read it," Phil Oliver BSc. FCA. CTA .- Senior Partner -UHY Hacker Young, Chartered Accountants. "Exit Strategy does exactly what it says on the cover." Dave Riches - Owner - Eastern Scale Co.

The 11 Commandments And 7 Cardinal Sins Of Selling A Business

Author: Robert Goddard
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781497322202
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This book is designed to help business owners prepare and sell their business for a premium price. Rob details the Do's and Don'ts of selling a business. He also exposes the myths and identifies the many pitfalls that lie ahead for owner/managers. Apply the principles contained in this book and you could double or triple the sale value of your business.

Built To Sell

Author: John Warrillow
Editor: Portfolio Trade
ISBN: 9781591845829
File Size: 60,59 MB
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A business parable about how to build a start-up that can operate independently from its creator introduces the fictional character of small business owner Alex, who when he is unable to sell his advertising agency learns from an entrepreneurial friend three defining criteria of a sell-ready company. 15,000 first printing.