Deciding when to sell your business is one of the variables that can change the outcome and success of your business sale. With that being said, many business owners put emphasis on this variable, wondering “Is it worth selling my business now? Or waiting until later?”.
The business sale process requires a great deal of knowledge, expertise & time – which may leave you wondering… “Do I need a Business Broker?”. Let’s find out
There are three mistakes business owners make before selling their business. These mistakes are common, but the good news is, you don’t have to follow suit! Learn more in our latest blog.
Buying or selling a business? There may be business sale terms you haven’t heard before. Don’t worry, Core Business Brokers is here to explain them all.
There are many reasons to sell your business. However, the most important reason to sell your business is the one that works for you. Let’s find out yours…
Selling your business – How to prepare Before you embark on your business sale journey in Sydney, or in fact – anywhere around Australia; there are certain things you should do to correctly prepare. This ‘pre-work’ will make the business sale process run smoother and allow for maximum efficiency from start to finish. And most…
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What does “selling your business as a going concern” mean? We break down this term, the process & the top things to consider when selling your business.
If you’re considering selling your business, have we got the guide for you! We’ve decided to put together a handy business sale guide to assist business owners when entering their business sale journey, particularly if it’s their first time selling a business.
Buying or selling a business? Then you’ve come across the term ‘goodwill’ before. Goodwill can affect the price of a business.But the big question here, is why?
According to the Australian Taxation Office, GST is “Goods and services tax (GST) is a broad-based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia.” However, there are certain situations where goods and/or services are GST-free, and others are GST-exempt. The big question is, will a buyer incur GST on a business sale? Let’s explain…
So, you’ve decided to sell your business. You want to change your lifestyle, spend more time with your family, grow your wealth in a completely different direction… Whatever the reason – selling your business is the means to get there. But you’ve never done this before! So where do you start?
Here’s a handy guide to selling your business from the start to the very end (or shall we say, ‘new beginning’.)
When selling a business, a restraint of trade/non-compete agreement is crucial to give the buyer peace of mind when taking over the reins. Why? Let us explain..