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When you purchase a business, it comes with an existing reputation, customer base, suppliers, equipment, leases, and cash flow. Many entrepreneurs are better at growing ventures than starting them on their own. There are several smart strategies to consider when buying the right business:
The risk in buying an already existing business is much less than starting a new venture. Check with the seller to find out the reason for selling the business. As a buyout entrepreneur, you should not have to worry if the reason includes: retirement, other interests, illness or death, internal disputes, business complexity, inadequate capital, doubt or failure, planned exit strategy.
Do NOT buy a business if it is being sold for the following reasons:
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