If you're thinking of selling your business, we bet there are 2 key outcomes you are looking for: 1. Getting the highest purchase price possible; and 2. Being able to make a clean break from the business, so you can think about something else (and maybe even relax or take a holiday). These outcomes are both realistic and achievable, but it will take some planning before you put the business up for sale.
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Like any business, hotels have several moving ‘parts’ that need to work together so that the machine runs smoothly. If you are thinking of buying a hotel or similar hospitality business, make sure you are familiar with these unique features before you sign on the dotted line.
An 'Ancillary Fund' is a special type of trust that can be used to collect and distribute donations for charitable purposes. The Fund can be set up through a trust deed while you are alive, or through your Will. Importantly, the Fund does not undertake charitable work itself, but can be used as a collection point to pool donations and then distribute them to charities and causes, as decided by the trustees.
- I want to set up a charity to raise money for people overseas. Where do I start? GalleryAdvisor Interest, Business Interest, Facebook Published, Individual Interest, Marketing, Newsletter Published, Newsletters, Not for Profit, Twitter Published
If you want to do charitable work or raise funds to help people living overseas, you should carefully consider your options to make sure your aid is targeted to where it's most needed.
One of the big benefits of being a not-for-profit organisation (NFP) is the availability of tax concessions. But are you making the most of the concessions available to your organisation?
- I’m setting up a not-for-profit organisation. What’s the best structure to use? GalleryAdvisor Interest, Business Interest, Facebook Published, Individual Interest, Marketing, Newsletter Published, Newsletters, Not for Profit, Structures, Twitter Published
We are commonly asked what's the best structure to use when setting up a new charity or other 'not-for-profit' (NFP) organisation. While incorporated associations and public companies limited by guarantee are often suitable, they are not the only options, and there is no easy 'one size fits all' answer.
You signed a contract, but things aren't working out. It happens. In this article we explore some ways you might be able to get yourself out of the deal.