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Selling your Business

Since I just completed a three part series on buying a business, which starts here, it seems appropriate to link to this article on selling your business from Entrepreneur.com via the Entrepreneurial Mind.

The amount of disclosure that buyers require can be mind-boggling. Putting it all together in a reasonable fashion is just one reason to consider hiring outside help. An intermediary, such as a business broker or an investment banker, can relieve you of some of the work while also keeping the buyer engaged. "We always recommend that a third-party intermediary represent you," says Minor.


Posted on October 4, 2004 at 11:43 PM | Permalink


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