Why business sales are often a slow process

Small-business owners might fantasize about selling their companies in one speedy, lucrative transaction, but the reality is that selling a business is often a drawn-out process. In one such arrangement, buyers shell out some money up front, and sellers stand to make more if their businesses hit certain targets. In another, sellers loan money to buyers so they can afford the asking price of the business.

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