Before you start wading through the buying process, it s
imperative to learn about common pitfalls that often trip up unwary
buyers and how to determine a fair value for a business that
attracts your interest, even businesses that at first glance appear
to have little or no reported earnings. Mr. Gibson, who has been
helping buyers and sellers for more than thirty years, helps you do
your due diligence. Make it a point to gain all the knowledge you
can as you think about one of the most important financial
decisions of your life. Learn what constitute the elements of
value, why adjustments to financial statements are important and
how to determine the accuracy of financial statements. Gibson also
describes how to prepare a purchase contract that will protect your
interests and ensure a smooth closing. You ll read case studies
that help you discover if profits are overstated or, maybe,
understated as in the case of hidden assets. And you ll read
comments from experienced business owners who wish they had known
more about how to avoid the common mistakes many buyers make. The
book also contains a useful study and discussion guide.
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John V. M. Gibson
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||Paperback - Trade
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