How To Sell A Business

Thinking about selling your small business? It can be a complicated process, but NFIB is here to help make your next business sale a profitable one. Find out about business brokers, business valuations, taxes and what it takes to put a business on the market. Learn about when you should start thinking about selling your business and the steps to take to make it happen – and come out ahead, every time.

Check out NFIB’s infographics, videos, trend reports, how-to guides and more, all of which answer the question: “how do I sell my business?” Or browse our business resources to learn about more business tips, hints, how-to guides and secrets to business success.

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Economy

Infographic: 4 Business Lessons You Can Learn from Hollywood Stars

What does Ashton Kutcher know that could help your small business?

Economy

Should Your Small Business Go Into Debt?

Some say borrowing money can be a good thing; others say avoid it at all costs. Here, two experts weigh in.

Economy

INFOGRAPHIC: A Building Tidal Wave of Regulations

4 ways the small business regulatory burden has gotten out of control.

Economy

Free Ebook: Solutions for the Big Challenges Facing Small Business

This valuable whitepaper, written by an NFIB member, covers major challenges facing business owners now and in the future and o...

Economy

Infographic: Where Are the Good Workers?

25% of small employers have unfilled positions.

Economy

Infographic: How Small Business Owners Have Changed

Today’s U.S. small biz owners are more likely to be older, immigrants and minorities.

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