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Common methods for estimating a business's value

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 15, 2014

Anyone planning to sell a business should begin by determining how much the company is worth, writes Rayanna Anderson of Missouri State University's E-Factory. She explains two techniques commonly used as a starting point: the Company's Earnings Multiplied method and the Percentage of Annual Sales method. Springfield News-Leader (Mo.) (tiered subscription model) (12/13)


How to cut the clutter to organize a business

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 16, 2014

3 year-end retirement-planning tips

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 18, 2014

Tax breaks for small businesses are back, but only temporarily

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 18, 2014

Delivery service is a success for Fla. entrepreneur

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 15, 2014

11 questions leaders should ask themselves

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 16, 2014

Answers to common social media conundrums

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 19, 2014

The quest to build a better juice business

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 17, 2014

Are you really cut out for leadership?

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 15, 2014

Entrepreneur gives his employees ownership stake

SmartBrief on Main Street | Dec 15, 2014


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