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The importance of a business sale team

| Dec 26, 2017 | Buying & Selling Businesses |

Typically, a business is sold after the conclusion of a lengthy process in which a seller prepares the company to be purchased for as much as possible. To get maximum value for a company, a business owner in North Carolina or elsewhere may need to spend as much as a year preparing for the sale. It may also take time to find the right buyer and the right offer to maximize the purchase price.

Ideally, a business owner will assemble a team that will help throughout the sale process. For instance, the sale team may help to create a valuation for the company and make sure to take tax and other issues into consideration. This team will also be responsible for making sure that the due diligence process is carried out promptly. An advisory panel should be made up of those who an owner trusts to provide advice and guidance regarding the sale of the company.

It may also be necessary to appoint a person to run the business during the sale to ensure that it operates to its fullest potential. If a family-owned business is going to be sold, those impacted by the sale should be informed of what is taking place. A sale could have a significant impact on multiple generations.

Those who are undertaking business transactions may need help completing them. In many cases, they may take a long time to complete, and they may be complex in nature. Talking with an attorney may make it easier to create legal documents or other disclosures as required to complete the sale of a business. Attorneys may also provide guidance if problems arise during the due diligence process.

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