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What should I consider before selling my small business?

Even after you have decided that you want to sell your small business, it can still be difficult to let go. You will want to make sure that the business will be put into the right hands, and that you gain a price that is worthwhile for all of your hard work.

What are the different types of buyout arrangements that exist?

Many individuals who decide to go into business here in Oakland County do so with the expectation of simply making money to cover their necessities. Many entrepreneurs dream about someone wanting to buy their company. If someone has approached you to purchase your company, however, it's smart to explore the buyout options that exist before committing to any of them.

What corporate structure is best for attracting investors?

When you have a business idea, it's common for you to want to hurry and start advertising your services so that you can get them in front of potential customers. You may find the thought of having to incorporate your business cumbersome, especially when you simply want to see how they're going to respond to what you have to offer. There are many reasons why it's in your best interest to incorporate your business though. One benefit to doing so is that it allows you to more easily attract investors by doing so.

What to consider before acquiring a business

Engaging in business acquisition can be a great way for entrepreneurs to create wealth from already established business ideas. Start-ups are becoming increasingly common in today's world, and those who acquire small businesses do so because they see a huge potential for growth.

Can I incorporate a business in multiple states?

If you are starting a corporation, you will likely be setting your sights high, and therefore, you may want to do business in multiple states. If you want to start a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), you cannot incorporate in more than one state. Therefore, you must choose one state to incorporate in, and register in the other states that you do business in.

What is fraudulent misrepresentation?

When two or more parties enter into a contract, they stipulate that they're in agreement on the terms of the contract. If a party knowingly makes false statements, it may be possible to hold them liable. These "statements" don't necessarily have to be in writing. In fact, remaining silent about something could also be considered making a false statement. To rise to the level of fraudulent misrepresentation, however, the false statement must have a material effect on the agreement the parties have entered into.

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