If you’re thinking about selling your business anytime soon, your best opportunity in at least a decade is quickly fading. It’s been an interesting 18 months, to say the least. We’ve seen widespread shutdowns and complete collapses of entire industries. However, as business tends to do, we have mostly recovered. The entrepreneur always finds a. . .
If you’re ready to sell your business, read this first Among the greatest benefits of owning your own company is selling it for big money when you are ready to move on. Unlike an employee that turns in their office key for the last time and walks away, you’ve built a valuable asset that others. . .
Corporate reorganizations are creating new business owners While 2020 was a down year when it comes to the number of Jacksonville area companies sold, activity in the new year is brisk at least for one Northeast Florida business broker. Bianca Evans, with Transworld Business Advisors, has closed 4 different deals totaling over 10 million dollars. . .
Small businesses are synonymous with family. With so much at stake, entrepreneurs tap trusted spouses, uncles, cousins, and kids to help out. If it goes well, the business supports an entire tribe and everyone gets along. But what happens when the founder wants to sell? Does having family employees affect selling your business? “Selling a. . .
Voters have spoken. With more than a 60% majority, Florida will be raising the minimum wage. However, what does a $15 minimum wage mean for selling your business? Amendment 2 was designed to increase the state minimum wage from $8.56 to $15.00 per hour. On September 30th, it will rise to $10.00 per hour. Every. . .