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Additional Benefits of Leverage

By Scott Dickes

Anatomy of a Letter of Intent Part I

By Paul Wormley

Anatomy of a Letter of Intent Part II

By Paul Wormley

Anatomy of a Small Company Recapitalization

By Paul Wormley

Asset Sale v. Stock Sale

By Paul Wormley

Baby Boomers and Small Business M&A

By Clay Brock

Exclusivity in Small Company M&A Transactions

By Paul Wormley

Financial Reporting

By Scott Dickes

How Important Are You To Your Small Business?

By Paul Wormley

How to Sell A Small Business With or Without a Broker (Advice for 2021)

By Paul Wormley

"I'll Just Keep the Company for Another Five Years"

By Scott Dickes

"I'll Just Keep the Company..." Revisited

By Scott Dickes

"I'll Just Keep the Company..." Revisited (Again)

By Scott Dickes

Inventory Not Sold Separately

By Paul Wormley

Is It Time to Sell Your Business?

By Scott Dickes

Lehman Fee Structure

By Scott Dickes

Managing Service Providers in Small Company M&A

By Scott Dickes

Mezzanine Finance

By Scott Dickes

My Business Is Worth Less Than Its Asset Value?

By Clay Brock

Non-Compete Agreements in Small Company M&A

By Paul Wormley

Preparing to Raise Capital or Sell a Small Business

By Clay Brock

Response to Stage 2 Planning

By Scott Dickes

Salary Versus Draw and the Impacts on Small Company Valuation

By Scott Dickes

Second Bite of the Apple

By Scott Dickes

Selling to a Private Equity Firm

By Paul Wormley

Small Company M&A Due Diligence & We're Sellers, Too!

By Scott Dickes

The 45/70 Rule in Small Company M&A

By Scott Dickes

The Benefits of Leverage

By Scott Dickes

The Importance of Tax Return Due Diligence

By Scott Dickes

The Problems with ESOPs

By Paul Wormley

Using Earnouts in Small Company Acquisitions

By Scott Dickes

What are Baskets and Caps?

By Clay Brock

What Makes a Good Acquisition Candidate?

By Paul Wormley

When should I tell my employees?

By Scott Dickes

Working Capital Adjustments

By Paul Wormley