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  • Advising clients on buying and selling a business is tricky business

    Reginald A. Emshoff

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    Aug. 17, 2011 – Many concerns and opportunities commonly arise in buying and selling a business, including what buyers should look for and how to advise a client to prepare a business for sale. In this video, Madison attorney Reginald A. Emshoff notes there are different methods of business valuation, especially when it comes to determining cash flow. Understanding how a business is valued and how a buyer and seller should use that value in setting a price is critical.

    Emshoff spoke at the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE™ Real Estate & Business Law Institute, June 10, in Wisconsin Dells. Interested in viewing programs held during the Institute? Select sessions will be available via webcast this fall. Check the PINNACLE Seminars Calendar for more information later this summer.