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Are you a home-based business owner ready to sell?

Feb 29 2016
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Are you a home-based business owner ready to sell?

You may have many questions and concerns regarding selling your business.  You may have started a business from scratch and had much success wit it, but now you are looking to retire, start a new business, or simply just taking a break.

The Benefits of Purchasing an Existing Business

Feb 15 2016
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The Benefits of Purchasing an Existing Business

There are several benefits to buying an existing business rather than starting a business of your own.  When starting a business, the risks are higher, with many businesses failing in the first year and 80% failing within five years.  However, purchasing an existing business reduces an entrepreneur's risk, tipping the risk - to - reward ratio favorably, while creating opportunity for increased profit and growth.

Four Reasons People Really Want to Be in Business for Themselves

Jan 11 2016
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Four Reasons People Really Want to Be in Business for Themselves

It is a common assumption that the main reason people want to buy a business is to make money, or often specifically, "to get rich".  Obviously, buyers do not want to buy a business that fails to earn enough money for them to live on.  When buying a business, a buyer looks for one that appears to at least be able to support whatever size family the buyer has.

A Buyer's Contemplation

Nov 17 2015
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A Buyer's Contemplation

Only one out of approximately 15 of potential buyers will actually buy a business and it's important that sellers be aware of what buyers go through when considering business ownership, especially for those who have started their own business and have forgotten their own experiences prior to buying their business.

Times are Changing!

Oct 05 2015
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Times are Changing!

Is your company prepared for the changes?  With changes in the healthcare arena, Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (PPACA), more companies are looking for ways to keep up with the demands the federal government has placed on them.

Increase Cash Flow with a Cost Segregation Study

Sep 21 2015
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Increase Cash Flow with a Cost Segregation Study

Engineering based cost segregation studies permit commercial real estate owners to reclassify real property for depreciation purposes and reclassify it as more rapidly depreciating personal property.  This reclassification results in significant cash flow benefits in both present and future years through considerably shorter depreciable tax life and accelerated depreciation methods.