Buying A Business

Buying a practice is challenge for the inexperienced and young professionals.

A good practitioner doesn't necessarily make a great practice owner. The burden of ownership and practice management require specialised development and training. While some are instinctively good at it, most will need to develop their management skills (or those of their support team) to match their professional skills.

We have found that informed buyers ask the right questions and gather the important information early in the process. This gives them a head start in the negotiating process.


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Financial Backing

What legal issues come into play when a pharmacist purchases a pharmacy with the financial backing of another who is not a pharmacist? What sort of business structure would be appropriate to avoid any legal "ownership" issues arising from such a situation? Thanks

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Deposit Required When Buying A Pharmacy

What percentage of the purchase price for a pharmacy has to come from personal funds?

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About The Asking Price

What do I do if the asking price for a business for sale is too high?

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Greenfield Pharmacies

Should I set-up a new pharmacy? Is it cheaper?

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Greenfield Pharmacies

Should I set-up a new pharmacy? Is it cheaper?

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