Networking Guru Spoke Nov. 27 to Georgia Business Brokers

Do you spend hours working on things that do not help you reach your business goals? Would you like to be in business 10 years from now? Then listen to what Networking Guru James Barber's told GABB on effective networking practices. Mr. Barber, author of the Networking Guru, Traits of Champion Networkers, spoke to the Georgia Association of … [Read more...]

What Makes the Sale of a Business Fall Through?

There are a myriad of reasons why the sale of a business doesn't close successfully; these multiple causes can, however, be broken down into four categories: those caused by the seller, those caused by the buyer, those that just happen (“acts of fate”), and those caused by third parties. The following examines the part each of these components can … [Read more...]

Advertising rules for Business Brokers

Monica Gilroy, esq.,  a founding principal of The Gilroy Firm, spoke to the Georgia Associations of Business Brokers on Oct. 30 about rules governing advertising businesses for sale and real estate. Ms. Gilroy is the firm’s managing partner and has more than 25 years of experience practicing law. She is an active partner in the Litigation … [Read more...]

Valuation Theory PowerPoint by Dan Browning

Dan Browning, a GABB Affiliate, has 20 years of experience as a business appraisal professional and holds the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF) and Accredited in Business Appraisal Review (ABAR) designations from the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA). He spoke to the Georgia Association of Business … [Read more...]

Interested in Buying a Business? Check Out These 3 Commonly Overlooked Areas

When it comes to buying a business, nothing is more important than the factor of due diligence. For most people, this investment is the single largest financial decision that they will ever make. And with this important fact in mind, you'll want to leave absolutely no stone unturned. Let's examine the three most commonly overlooked areas when it … [Read more...]

UGA Small Business Development Experts To Speak Sept. 25

If you own or operate a Georgia business, you can get free confidential consulting services including helping with business plans, buying businesses and leasing space. Find out how on Sept. 25 when two experts with the University of Georgia's Small Business Development Center speak to the Georgia Association of Business Brokers. Area Director … [Read more...]

All About Qualified Opportunity Funds – New Tax Tool Available To Defer and Possibly Eliminate Gains

By Andrew L. Moore, CPA Effective January 1, 2018 the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act established Federal Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) with the goal of allowing large amounts of capital to flow into economically distressed area across the country. To promote capital investment in these Qualified Opportunity Zones, legislators included three … [Read more...]

Biz Chronicle Publisher spoke to GABB Aug. 28

David Rubinger, publisher of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, spoke on Aug. 28 to the state's largest organization of professionals who broker business sales and purchases, the Georgia Association of Business Brokers. The GABB meeting, which is free and open to the public, was held at the Atlanta Realtors Center at 5784 Lake Forrest Dr. NW, … [Read more...]

Key Elements for Every Partnership Agreement

A partnership agreement is one of the most important business documents you will ever sign. Many people go into business with loved ones, relatives or lifelong friends only to discover, too late, that they should have had a partnership agreement. A partnership agreement protects everyone involved and can help prevent or reduce problems that may … [Read more...]

Georgia Real Estate Commissioners Discuss Business Broker Licensing

If you're contemplating buying or selling a business in the Peach State, be sure to check whether the business broker you're considering using has a valid Georgia real estate license. Some individuals who are presenting themselves as professional business brokers are not licensed to sell real estate in the state of Georgia, and therefore are … [Read more...]