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Have 300k on hand to invest in Austin area and would like 80-100k per year return.

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My Post (although looking for more than 300K, but no overhead):

Jan 2, 2010
Julie A. Barnes, CPA
Small Business Exchange, Inc.
Travis County, TX

Hello,

I've been the CEO of several businesses in Austin, Texas - including a software company for 6 years - I also happen to be a CPA with international experience. I may have the skill sets you are seeking - please feel free to give me a call at 577.8003 and I'd be happy to send you my resume.

Thank You
Julie A. Barnes, CPA
President, SBX, Inc.

Sep 15, 2009
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We are high-tech startup in Austin going into production. We are in need of someone with sales background who is interested in investing time and money for a promising future. If interested, email me jhdhaliwal@hotmail.com

Sep 15, 2009
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Monmouth County, NJ

David: My I contact you and if so, what is the best time to reach you during the week?

Thanks,

Mark

Sep 15, 2009
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Franchise Advisory Group
PA

C Morgan, you really need to figure out what business you want to be in, and than look at different businesses out there. You don't necessarily have to spend the entire $300K to buy a good business. Last year I sold an Auto Repair Franchise to a client in Dallas/Ft.Worth. The business was grossing $400K and he bought for just a little over $100K. Today he is on track to Gross 2 million dollars and will probably net close to 30%. There is also no guarantee that if you buy a business that is currently making $80-100K, that it will make that money when you take over. Some times it better to look at under performing businesses or even start up, but again you need to figure out what industry to focus on. I hope this helps.

Sep 15, 2009
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Monmouth County, NJ

Hey C Morgan. I am pretty much in the same situation as you and have been looking at various businesses for a few months. It's not an easy task. Patience is very much required. So far 90% of the businesses I have looked at the sellers numbers being put forward are lets say just little inflated. So, buyer beware.

Sep 15, 2009
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have u ever thought about real estate. i have a deal that could fit your criteria. shoot me an email at julian.prosperitygroupllc@gmail.com

Sep 15, 2009

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