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Archive for December, 2010

As tax advisers to small businesses, our firm has been involved with buying and selling many companies over the years. What has always been surprising when working on transactions is the frequency with which buyers tend to make the same mistakes. Reflecting on the issues involved, they all seem to stem from a single error of judgment, which is that tax and legal advisors should become involved with a business sale when an initial deal has been agreed between the buyer and seller.

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EBA founder, Bev James is a regular columnist in entrepreneurial press.

I usually tell people I don’t set new years resolutions and the reason is this.

Each year of my business life has been diverse, expansive, interesting and pretty much ‘full on’ and 2010 has been no exception! The year began with the planning and subsequent launch of the EBA with James Caan. March 2010 quickly arrived and this was when our first seminar took place – the Academy doors well and truly opened and we haven’t had time to look back…….until now

  • Morgan Grage: I like this post, enjoyed this one regards for putting up. "No man is wise enough by himself." by Titus Maccius Plautus.
  • Derek: Brilliant article Bev, thanks for sharing. coincidentally the kilimamjaro example used is on my 2014 to do list! Ps thanks for the tips you gave me
  • jackson: thanks for your great article about developing your business idea to great business Jackson mutebi

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