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BizQuest can help you list any type of business, from the service industry to construction, online or wholesale. Regardless of whether you own an established business or are trying to sell business assets like equipment or licenses, you can create a listing in just a few easy steps.




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Using BizQuest makes buying and selling a business less challenging and nerve-wracking than doing it independently. We take the guesswork out of the process, protect your identity, and ensure that your listing gets plenty of views. Contact us today to get started.


What started as two brothers in a bedroom tinkering away with a website, has evolved into a global enterprise. We are still a family run business, with those brothers, Marcus and Andrew, still running the show.


Since those early days our passion for introducing people who want to buy a business to those who are selling a business has grown exponentially along with the site. BusinessesForSale.com has evolved into a truly global service that connects over a million business buyers and sellers each and every month.


For 20 years we have been helping business brokers and private sellers market their listings. From cafes to construction businesses, some of our most exciting business opportunities have included the makers of Big Ben's clock, a Chinese toll road, a crocodile farm in Thailand and even a tropical island!


We have become the world's largest marketplace advertising 58,964 businesses for sale in over 130 countries. The website is proudly run by our team of 32 based in London, Sydney, North Carolina and Mexico City.


  • A buy-sell agreement is a contract that sets out how a partner's shares will be obtained by the remaining partners or owners of a firm in case of their death or departure. This is usually done with the aid of a knowledgeable attorney.In order to ensure that funds are available, partners in business commonly purchase life insurance policies on the other partners. In the event of a death, the proceeds from the policy will be used towards the purchase of the deceased's business interest. This part of the agreement should be done through a life insurance agent with experience in this type of agreement."}},"@type": "Question","name": "What Should Be Included in a Buy and Sell Agreement?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "The following pieces of information should be spelled out in a buy and sell agreement:a list of triggering buyout events, including death, permanent disability, bankruptcy or retirement, etc.a list of partners or owners involved and their current equity stakesa recent valuation of the company's overall equitya funding instrument, such as life insurance policiestax and estate planning considerations for the individual partners and surviving beneficiaries","@type": "Question","name": "What Is the Benefit of a Buy and Sell Agreement?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "A buy and sell agreement assures a smooth transition of ownership and business continuity in the event of a departure of a partner or large equity owner. The agreement is a legally-binding contract that establishes how the departing owners' shares will be obtained by the remaining partners. Without such an agreement, there can be legal battles and contestation. For instance, if a partner dies without an agreement, their shares may be passed automatically to their spouse, who may decide to keep them. Or, the spouse may want to sell them, but the remaining partners do not have the funds available to buy the shares."]}]}] Investing Stocks

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There are several online resources that offer low-cost or free templates for drawing up a buy-sell agreement. which can be especially useful for new or small companies. As your business grows or if it has a large number of partners from the onset, it is better to have a lawyer draft the document.


A buy-sell agreement is a contract that sets out how a partner's shares will be obtained by the remaining partners or owners of a firm in case of their death or departure. This is usually done with the aid of a knowledgeable attorney.


In order to ensure that funds are available, partners in business commonly purchase life insurance policies on the other partners. In the event of a death, the proceeds from the policy will be used towards the purchase of the deceased's business interest. This part of the agreement should be done through a life insurance agent with experience in this type of agreement.


A buy and sell agreement assures a smooth transition of ownership and business continuity in the event of a departure of a partner or large equity owner. The agreement is a legally-binding contract that establishes how the departing owners' shares will be obtained by the remaining partners. Without such an agreement, there can be legal battles and contestation. For instance, if a partner dies without an agreement, their shares may be passed automatically to their spouse, who may decide to keep them. Or, the spouse may want to sell them, but the remaining partners do not have the funds available to buy the shares.


A buy-sell agreement states that if a member retires or becomes disabled, the exiting member must sell their ownership to the other members or the company. The buy-sell agreement also says that if one member passes away, their estate will sell their interest in the company to the remaining partners or to the company itself. This protects the stability of the business and helps keep outsiders from suddenly having ownership interests in the company.


When there is only one owner of a company, a one-way buy-sell agreement can be set up, where a designated buyer pays for a life insurance policy on the owner. If the owner dies, the proceeds of that policy allow the buyer to purchase the business.


Life insurance is used to fund buy-sell agreements should an owner pass away. Each business owner must take out a life insurance policy with the other members or the company as the beneficiary. The face amount of the policy is equal to the value of that member's ownership interest. Should that member die, the policy pays out to the company or remaining owners, providing the funds they need to purchase the deceased member's share. 041b061a72


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