Covering all things small-business
Buying a business’s assets does not mean you become responsible for the selling companies liabilities. There are, however, important exceptions you need to know before you proceed with the transaction.
What business sale escrow entails, how the escrow process works during a business sale, why you should consider escrow for your business sale, where to get business sale escrow services.
Rollover equity is what business sellers will sometimes use to stay involved post-sale, requiring sellers to remain invested in the company via equity shares.
There are specific accounting rules that govern the definition of a business as a "going concern." Understanding the implications of a business sale as a going concern can keep you and your potential buyers on the same page.
What a non-compete covenant entails, what to expect from non-compete agreements, and the factors that business sellers should prioritize when negotiating non-compete clauses.
Who are business buyers? Understanding the different types of business buyers you might encounter as you try to sell your small business or franchise can help you find a buyer quickly for as high of a price as possible.