When you are approaching the sale of your business, a P&L with “clutter” is not good.

An old adage is that a confused buyer will not buy. So true when it comes to your Profit and Loss Statement (P&L) used to represent your business performance. The ideal situation is a P&L that requires no explanation. The more explaining that is needed, the less likely the buyer will have confidence in the P&L.

If you are a few years out from selling your business, now is the time to have a business broker take a look at your business and suggest what can be done to optimize your presentation to prospective buyer.

Call or email me, I will help you at no cost or oblation. Bobd@dolansales.com I have been doing this for over 45-years. My daughter Alana who is a Broker Associate, not a Sales Associate, works with me as a team.