Selling Your Business – Why Growth is Important

When considering the purchase of a business, a potential buyer will examine the historical earnings, as well as the future growth prospects for the business. As a business owner selling a business, you are more likely to receive a better price for your business if you...

Adding Value With Recurring Revenue

Businesses are typically value based on their ability to generate profits in the future and the risk associated with these future earnings. Businesses that earn steady, predictable, and consistent income will generally be valued higher than businesses that do not....
Preparing To Sell: Analyzing Your Finances

Preparing To Sell: Analyzing Your Finances

Operating businesses are generally valued on a “going concern” basis, meaning that the business will continue to operate for the foreseeable future. When buying a “going concern” business, what you are actually purchasing is a stream of future cash flows earned by the...
How Well Are You Managing Your Inventory?

How Well Are You Managing Your Inventory?

As a business owner, it is always important to consider the factors that determine the value of your business. One element that can negatively affect your business value is carrying large amounts of excess inventory. Maintaining proper inventory levels for your...

Due Diligence: Questions to Ask

One of the most important stages of the business purchase process is the due diligence stage. In this stage. it is wise to have your lawyer, accountant, or advisors assist in analyzing all aspects of the business before moving forward with the purchase. Here are some...