How To Buy a Business With No Money, Credit, or Prior Business Experience: An Interview With Arthur B. Hamel

How To Buy a Business With No Money, Credit, or Prior Business Experience: An Interview With Arthur B. Hamel

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by Michael Senoff
     
 
In this interview, you will learn:

How to value a business The truth about government funding. How to buy a business with no money of your own? How to value a business using a third grade math formula. How to determine if there are unpaid bills before you buy.

How to value the “public good will worth” of a business before you buy.

Overview

In this interview, you will learn:

How to value a business The truth about government funding. How to buy a business with no money of your own? How to value a business using a third grade math formula. How to determine if there are unpaid bills before you buy.

How to value the “public good will worth” of a business before you buy.

How do you keep employees from jumping ship after the sale.

Why everything you have ever been told about business is a big lie.

Learn Art’s best technique for finding profitable businesses.

Why never to trust a business brokers.

How to get the banks to work with you as a last resort

How to get 100% financing for existing businesses

The truth about business plans.

How to find good managers/directors to run the business for you?

How much involvement you should have in your new businesses

AND MORE ...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013329928
Publisher:
Michael Senoff
Publication date:
10/03/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
39 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok here it is, everything in this book. First find a business to buy. Only buy a business that is a million dollars or better. Make a business plan. Business must net at least quarter of million dollers per year. Investors will put up all the money you need if it is a good business plan. Existing manager of business will do all the work so you can take it easy. No clue how to find the investors. Hire CPA to establish value of business. All this took 34 pages for the author to say. Oh, you can go to author's web site and buy more information.