When you sell your business, your business broker will ask for a specific set of documents to create your listing and prospectus. Prepare for your meeting by pulling together copies of the following documents:
What to bring
|Recent tax returns for your business|
|Current balance sheet information|
|Real estate information, including the square footage and key features of your site|
|A list of assets that will be included in the sale|
|Appraisals of assets|
|Proof of licensure and trademarks|
Your broker may have additional requirements. For a complete list of the documents you’ll need to create your listing and sell your business, talk with your business broker. Then, work proactively to assemble these items.
Next, you and your broker will work on the presentation of the business, list it, and begin fielding questions. We can help you through these important steps. Log into your owner’s portal for articles and a step-by-step guide through the process.
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