How to buy a business – Part 2 of 3

Buying a business is exciting, especially if you don’t need to write a check for it upfront. Many small business owners are more concerned about how they will untangle themselves from their business than how much money they will make from a sale. Using sweat equity and your knowledge and experience, you may be able to structure a deal to purchase a business that requires very little cash. Discover how you can address the needs of a prospective seller by being creative with the terms you offer and the investment you make. Successfully purchasing a business is more about the art of the deal than the numbers involved.

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How to buy a business – Part 2 of 3

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