By Keiter CPAs
Keiter Advisors provide Dos and Do Nots on things to consider when you are thinking of selling your veterinary practice in the next three years.
“Dos and Do Nots When Selling Your Veterinary Practice” Excerpt:
You have worked hard to build your clinic – staff, associate veterinarians, clients. Now, it all seems validated when approached by someone that wants to purchase your practice. You’ve been thinking about selling your practice, but what should you do next? In this extremely active acquisition environment, knowing what to do and what not to do can make a huge difference in the outcome of a sale of your practice.
Keiter Advisors is a full-service transaction advisory group serving companies in middle market M&A transactions and financing. KA is recognized as the national leader in assisting owners to:
- Buy or sell companies in a variety of industries including Business Services, Foodservice Distribution, Healthcare, Industrials, Technology, and Veterinary Practices.
- Plan and execute transition strategies, including family buy out initiatives and third party sale
- Examine the profitability of their business and develop viable improvement programs
- Renegotiate existing financing arrangements and secure new lenders
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