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The lifecycle of a small business requires understanding what it means to dissolve a business, file a business withdrawal, and file for a business reinstatement.
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La mayoría de los propietarios de negocios tienen una vaga idea de lo que valdría su negocio si quisieran venderlo.
Businesses that have closed, even temporarily, won’t be seen as closed in the eyes of the state. They are considered active until they file for a dissolution.
In April, we celebrate National Volunteer Month to recognize the dedication of volunteers in all varieties of service, including our SCORE mentors.
Mergers and acquisitions is an umbrella term that covers quite a lot—from corporate sales and purchases to consolidations and mergers.
Businesses are generally bought, not sold. Your opportunity is to position and prepare your company for the best outcome by considering these steps.
If you are currently in the process of ending the business’ operations, take care of these areas to ensure your business is officially terminated with the state.
Every business should have a buy-sell agreement. It sets the fair value for an individual's share in the company to prevent possible legal conflicts.