Buying A Business E-Book

Searching, Drafting an Offer, & Financing

This guide will walk you through easy to understand steps of acquiring a business, from evaluating your own credentials as a business owner to searching for a business, selecting the one that is right for you, making an offer, financing, due diligence, and closing. Get your free E-book today!

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  • Gets you asking yourself the right questions
  • Walks you through the buying process
  • Features a glossary of key terminology

In the e-book

Buying a Business vs. Starting a Business

We’ll help you determine the pros and cons of each and to figure out which option is best for you and your goals.

The Business Buying Process

We’ll walk you through the whole process, including the first steps of asking yourself why you want to buy a business.

The Business Search Process

This section focuses on finding the right business for you, your credentials, and your finances.

Drafting and Offer

Learn the offer drafting process and the components of a complete offer, as well as the types of business sales.

Due Diligence

This section covers the extremely important phase that will determine whether or not a business is viable and worth purchasing.

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The information included in this book is intended as general information only and not as legal or financial advice. Every business sale/purchase situation is different, and a professional advisor should be consulted for your specific needs. The information herein should not be regarded as a complete analysis of the topics discussed, and though presented as current and factual, total accuracy is not guaranteed. All subject matter is the opinion of the author and subject to change.


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