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    The valuation is typically based on not one but several years of net profit. For smaller and regular (not hyped startups) companies it is usually 4-5 years back. Aim for 5-6 and maybe they settle with 4 or 5


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    you must market and used all media for marketing


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    Subtract the cost from the sale price to get profit margin, and divide the margin into the sale price for the profit margin percentage. For example, you sell a product for $100 that costs your business $60.


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    If you're considering selling your successful website, learn how to determine your website's value and the best resources to help you find potential buyers.


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    I think you are talking a such.


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    In July 2018 I sold my first business for $285000, which for me was a gigantic achievement . The amount you sell yours for relies upon numerous variables.


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    What do you need for your telephone? What amount would you say you are selling your telephone for? What's the cost of your telephone? "At" can be utilized at costs. I purchased Apple at $10.


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    I don't know


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    When selling clients or in your case bringing them with you to another business that will absorb them the general formula is that you sell them for 10 times what you make on them in a month (gross). If the clients are not on a monthly contract then take what you make of the client in a year (gross) divide by 12 and multiply by 10 and there is your price for that client.


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