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For Business Owners, It's a Seller's Market

There may be no better time than now to put your business on the market. Due to the recent tax law changes, potential acquirers have more capital to invest and more capability to grow. As a seller, the current economic environment provides ample opportunity to entice multiple buyers.

But before you place a For Sale sign on your door, there are serious aspects to consider to ensure the successful transition of ownership, and the best possible outcome for your future.

Common Mistakes Business Owners Make When Selling a Business

Getting all the key factors to fall into place to create a sale is monumental. Building the right team is crucial, but so is understanding the long-term implications of

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