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how can I measure the price of my business?

I have a business 2-1/2 years ago and my sales are about 60000.00 per month with a monthly profit of 6000.00 to 9000.00 thousand. what could be the price of my business if I want to sell it?

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e10 Consulting LLC
Miami-Dade County, FL

Hello Wilma,

To determine the selling price of your business you will need to determine the actual profitability and compare it to similar businesses in the industry and market you are located in. This will give a rough estimate of what your business can sell for. There are other factors that need to be considered whereby you could get a premium. If interested please contact me:

Calev Jimenez
e10 Consulting LLC
info@e10consulting.com
561 285 1180

Jan 23, 2016

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