Are you selling a business that involves a lease? If so, this will be a factor that has significance to a buyer when you go to complete your deal. If your business relies heavily on its location and you don’t own property, then you’ll find the lease will be quite an important consideration for your buyer. By the same token, if you’re buying a business that involves a lease, you’ll want to...Read More
Learn how to recast financials and accounting fundamentals in a March 1 class to be taught by Georgia Association of Business Brokers Board Treasurer Jon Roman.
The class Recasting Financials and Accounting Fundamentals for Business Brokers will be eligible for three hours towards the GABB’s Board-Certified Broker credential, and is eligible for continuing education...Read More
If you’re selling your business, at some point you’ll likely be presented with a term sheet. As the name suggests, this document will include the “terms” of the deal including the basic economic terms and conditions of a prospective acquisition. It is a list of conditions to be met if the sale successfully takes place, yet it is not legally binding.
What is the Difference Between a Term...Read More
Owner’s Responsibilities Have a
Major Impact on Value
Types of Involvement & the Impacts on Value
By Neal Patel, CBA, CVA
(7-8 minute read)
To understand how an owner’s involvement in a business affects its value, one must first understand how the company being valued is operated. The owner’s involvement in any business can generally be...Read More
Once you get to the stage of your deal where you have a signed letter of intent, you may already be feeling a sense of relief that your deal is near finalization. But remember that the due diligence stage is typically yet to come. This stage includes everything from financial and legal investigations to a review of specific information regarding how a business is run.
The due diligence...Read More