Basic Rules for Buying a Business

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on June 14, 2006

Instead of starting from scratch, you can usually find someone with a business who wants to sell. Buying an established enterprise may be more costly, but it’s less risky than starting a new one. There’s a lot to be said for a proven idea and taking over an existing customer base and location.

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