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What and Why?An earnest money deposit, otherwise known as an escrow deposit, is an important part of any

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Earnest Money or Escrow Deposits

A non-compete agreement or covenant not to compete between a buyer and seller is almost always included in

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Covenant Not to Compete

When a buyer submits an offer to a seller, the seller can respond in one of three ways.

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Counter Offers in a Business Sale Negotiation

Like so many of our friends and neighbors in Florida, we are shaken and saddened by the tragic

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#FloridaStrong

"If they can't do it in California, it can't be done anywhere." - Taylor CaldwellIn what is an

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Going West!

A business tenant typically owns the business but not the building out of which they operate. This is

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Commercial Lease Basics

At several points in the process of selling a business, we will very likely request a 12-month rolling

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A 12-Month Rolling Profit and Loss Statement Explained

Over the past few years, we have seen an explosion of business investors looking to buy up small

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The 3 Most Common Investor Types

As business brokers, protecting the confidential business information of our sellers is our top priority. One of the

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Buyers, Be Prepared to Discuss the 3 M’s: Money, Management, Motivation

When it comes time for a business to sell, having good financial records is one of the most

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Why Keeping Clean Books Matters

If you are going to hire a CPA or Attorney to assist you in either the sale or

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Hire a CPA or Attorney that Has Business Sales Experience

When a buyer purchases an existing business, there is always risk that comes with the investment. Although the

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Why Escrow Holdback or a Seller Note is Important to Florida Business Buyers

We get a lot of calls from business owners asking, “Can you sell my business?” We need to

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Self-Employed vs Small Business Owner

2021 was a very successful year for business sales in Florida. In fact, over the past year or

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Florida Business Sales in 2021 Compared to 2020 and 2019

In small business sales, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all of the jargon and acronyms. It seems

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What are Discretionary Earnings and Why do they Matter?

It is estimated that only 25% of small businesses currently on the market will ever sell. That’s not

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How to Make Your Business Sell

Intangible Assets included in a business sale normally range from website(s), email addresses, social media accounts, to phone

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How Intangible Assets are Transferred at Closing

When setting up a new business entity to run your business from, it’s important to consult with your

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Business Entity Types

As we steam forward into the last month of the 1st quarter of 2022, we thought it was important

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Business Sales Trends: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Most small business sales are what’s known as an “asset sale,” because the buyer is not purchasing the

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What an Asset List Should Look Like in a Business Sale

Certainly, there are many advantages to purchasing a franchise, like national or regional brand recognition, or the provided

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Ten Questions to Ask Before Buying a Franchise

The simple truth is that businesses take time to sell. Selling a business is much more complicated than

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How Long Will it Take to Sell Your Business?

It’s important for both business buyers and sellers to understand what a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is, why it’s

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Why Buyers are Required to Sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA

Every January, business entities registered with the Florida Department of Corporations are required to file an Annual Report,

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Florida Businesses: January is Time to File Annual Reports

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