Assisted*FSBO

 

 

 

I own a very small business...

I've worked for a LONG time...

and I want to Sell it !!!

Introducing...

AssistedFSBO Base Logo - TM

 

 

In many countries, small businesses represent the vast majority of the 'economy'. Businesses range in size from the very small to the Fortune 100 companies who account for a large percentage of the true economic currency (i.e., dollars, euro's, pounds, yuan, etc.). 

 

For larger businesses that want to sell, their complexity and size requires the assistance of an M&A Intermediary or an investment banker. Mid-size and smaller businesses need the services of a business broker to help them prepare their business for sale and then market it through a successful close. 

 

But, for some business owners of very small businesses, the cost of a business broker can be prohibitive given their cash flow, size of business, or other factors. You know you need to keep the prospect of selling your business CONFIDENTIAL, and most importantly, you want to get a GOOD PRICE for your business and KEEP as much as possible for you and your family.

How do you go about doing this? 

 

We have the answer!

 

There are MILLIONS of companies that will eventually sell for less than $300,000. Calder Associates has developed a unique and complete marketing process to help YOU sell your very small business.

 

 

Do you know the answersvs

Is My Company Qualified?

Let’s see!

 

Just take the short survey on the left. No information is stored or submitted to anyone - only you know the results and the company name is not required! If your result shows you "Maybe Qualified", call us to discuss before signing up. We'll keep the call confidential and give you a better idea of whether or not your business is a good fit for AssistedFSBO (TM). The following are explanations to each of the fields:

 

  1. Net Income - The amount reported by your COMPANY on its tax return. In the USA, If you file an 1120S it's on line 21, on form 1120 it's on line 30, on form 1065 it's on line 22, and on a 1040 Schedule C it's on line 31.
  2. Salary - Enter in the amount of GROSS income YOU reported on your W-2 or other tax reporting document. Do NOT include the salary or wages of other family or non-working members.
  3. Depreciation - The amount shown on your tax return that represents the depreciation of equipment that your COMPANY owns. 
  4. Interest Expense - Take this directly from your financial statement or tax return.
  5. Other Personal Expenses - Include any and all PERSONAL EXPENSES that were charged to the COMPANY. 

OK, I think my business is small enough to qualify for  AssistedFSBO Base Logo - TM VERY SMALL and I want to learn more!

Great! Here's how the process works.

The process of selling takes many steps and requires strict diligence to ensure you and other parties are informed and protected. We will help you gain a good understanding of your responsibilities and the steps required to successfully sell and transition your business.

 

AssistedFSBO Base Logo - TM VERY SMALL follows the six step process outlined below and encompasses all you need to go from start to finish. 

 

We expect you will have many questions, so just hover over and then click on any step for more detail!

 

 

 

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AssistedFSBO Base Logo - TM

In many countries, small businesses represent the vast majority of the 'economy'. Businesses range in size from the very small to the Fortune 100 companies who account for a large percentage of the true economic currency (i.e., dollars, euro's, pounds, yuan, etc.). 

For larger businesses that want to sell, their complexity and size requires the assistance of an M&A Intermediary or an investment banker. Mid-size and smaller businesses need the services of a business broker to help them prepare their business for sale and then market it through a successful close. 

But, for some business owners of very small businesses, the cost of a business broker can be prohibitive given their cash flow, size of business, or other factors. You know you need to keep the prospect of selling your business CONFIDENTIAL, and most importantly, you want to get a GOOD PRICE for your business and KEEP as much as possible for you and your family.

How do you go about doing this? 

AssistedFSBO Base Logo - TM VERY SMALL