6 Smart Tips for Your Business Acquisition Letter of Intent [Free eBook]

Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Manager, Content Marketing at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the manager of content marketing at Fundera. She has written extensively about small business finance, specializing in business lending, credit cards, and accounting solutions. Georgia has a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.
Georgia McIntyre

Thinking about buying an existing business, or selling yours? Either way, it could be a smart investment—if done the right way. Generally speaking, business acquisitions take up a lot of time and energy… And if you mess up along the way, you could be paying a big price for that mistake.

One important step in buying or selling a business is your business acquisition letter of intent. But don’t worry: we’re here to help. Check out this free e-guide to learn everything there is to know about business acquisition letters of intent so you can buy or sell without a worry.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • What a business acquisition letter of intent is
  • What to include in the document
  • Whether you’ll need a short-form or long-form letter of intent
  • How to determine exclusivity
  • How to negotiate the price of the business acquisition
  • How to set the terms of indemnification (or the compensation obligations in case of an unexpected loss)
  • How to close the deal and buy or sell your business!

Check out the details here:

Get Your Free eBook to Negotiating a Business Acquisition Letter of Intent Right Now

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Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Manager, Content Marketing at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the manager of content marketing at Fundera. She has written extensively about small business finance, specializing in business lending, credit cards, and accounting solutions. Georgia has a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.
Georgia McIntyre

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