I recently spoke at a seminar on the subject of buying and selling a business. One of the most common reasons that sellers don’t get the price they want is that they wait until the last minute before they’re ready to sell. That is, they wait until they’re burned out, bored … or dead (in which case, yes, it’s the estate holding the sale). Particularly with service-based businesses, that’s a huge blow if the company is inextricably identified with the owner.Continue Reading
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