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This established visual communications business for sale in the east Tampa area was established in 1996. This company is one of the one of the premiere business-to-business (B2B) brands, serving the... More details
Own your own recession-proof business. Create your own schedule - no evenings or weekends. Work from home or an office. Unlimited earnings with limited effort.FL10910 Nice, established pool service... More details
This business services 50% residential and 50% commercial customers. There is extensive room for continued growth in a protected territory with no national competitors. The owner should be able to... More details
Long established residential and commercial lawn and landscaping business. 2 FT and 3 PT staff, plus owner/manager. 2022 gross revenues spiked to $777,000. 2023 gross revenues easily expected to... More details
Have FUN and Make Money. Gym ownership can provide a great quality of life business with Happy Customer, Happy Employees and Attractive Cash-on-Cash Returns.PLUS, get $5,000 in FREE Equipment*Why... More details
Most of the sales have not previously been reported. The Tampa Bay Times discovered them by reviewing more than 1,000 deeds and business records, then interviewed more than 90 people to reconstruct the circumstances surrounding the transactions.
Wayne E. Lee ran his Auto Parts Distributors business on Park Street since 1982. Real estate agent Daphna Fischler, a Scientologist, called and showed up to the shop a handful of times in mid-2018. Lee sold when Fischler upped her offer to $410,000 cash for the building valued at $109,000 by the property appraiser.
The greatest number of properties were bought by companies controlled by either Israeli businessman Itzhak Zano or another Scientologist who represents him. Although Zano is not well known in Clearwater, the companies spent $16.7 million acquiring 26 commercial properties downtown. About $15.9 million was paid in cash.
Disloyalty has life-changing consequences. The church requires followers to shun family members, friends and business contacts who defy it. It has terrorized defectors with private investigators, smear campaigns and relentless litigation.
Right now, at least 30 businesses owned by non-parishioners are renting from Scientologists. But Scientologist-controlled companies are also sitting on at least 26 vacant lots and 31 empty storefronts and offices.
But far more non-Scientologists are moving out. Seven businesses have left following recent purchases, and at least three more are leaving this year, including Clearwater Plumbing and Gulf Coast Marine. Both have been there for decades.
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The DBPR Online Services website provides information about applicants and licensed individuals for those professions and businesses that are regulated by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
This service provides access to Business Tax Receipt records as administered and maintained by the City of Tampa for businesses with a paid business tax receipt for the current fiscal year ending September 30th.
A buy-sell agreement should contain certain ground rules. For example, it should define who may or may not buy into the business. This is helpful when owners want to permit only certain family members to buy ownership and control decisions. An agreement provision that outlines the events that will trigger the sale of the business can prevent third parties from taking control of the business.
Our experienced business attorneys help new and established Florida businesses create comprehensive buy-sell agreements that help avoid disputes, maintain business value and ensure a seamless transition of ownership in the event of a death, disability, divorce or departure. We also help business owners go over their existing buy-sell agreements to make sure they are up-to-date and properly address present business needs.
PASSIVE SUPPORTOur passive support program consists of receiving a weekly email of new businesses for sale. We offer two weekly email programs you can sign up to receive:Southwest FloridaSign up to receive our weekly email of new businesses for sale in Southwest Florida, i.e., Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Sarasota, and Manatee Counties by clicking on the Passive Search Button below to complete our Buyer Search Form.NOTE: When completing the GEOGRAPHICAL CONSIDERATIONS portion of the form, fill out the Southwest Florida section.Regions of FloridaSign up to receive a weekly email from Business Brokers of Florida (BBF) MLS system of new businesses for sale throughout Florida or specific geographical regions within Florida, i.e., Southwest Florida, South Florida, Tampa Bay, Central Florida, Northeast Florida, and the Panhandle by clicking on the Passive Search Button below to complete our Buyer Search Form.NOTE:1. When completing the GEOGRAPHICAL CONSIDERATIONS portion of the form, fill out the Regions of Florida section. 2. In addition, it is imperative to fill out the INTEREST portion of the form by specifying the industries and types of businesses of interest to you. A search for all businesses for sale is not feasible. You need to provide a list of specific industries and business types in order for us to help you.
ACTIVE SUPPORTOur active support program consists of providing an active search of businesses for sale. We offer active searches throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. We also offer to contact businesses not presently marketed for sale publically. In addition, we can customize a search process for you. Our process may include:
Purchase or sale of a business is a complicated process for which experienced legal counsel is essential. When representing clients in such transactions, we start the process by learning as much as possible about their objectives in the transaction in order to advise them on a comprehensive set of issues ranging from business matters and financial risks to legal hurdles. Our goal is to anticipate challenges to proactively solve problems, from negotiations and due diligence phase to final closing.There are two primary methods of transferring ownership of a business, either by sale of the businesses assets or by the transfer of ownership of the entity itself:Asset Purchase Agreements (APA)This is a form of a business sale where instead of purchasing the stock of the company, the buyer purchases specific assets of the company and assumes specific liabilities. There are a number of issues that can arise in such transactions such as inventory, accounts receivable and payable, condition of assets, and lease of premises that must be addressed in the agreement. Share Sale AgreementsIn a share sale of a business, the purchaser is buying the shares from the shareholders of the company. Purchasers generally prefer not to buy shares in order to minimize both tax and legal liability issues.Non-competition provisionsPurchasers will often require a provision in the Agreement which prohibits the sellers from competing with the business after the sale. The duration and geographic limitation of such provisions are negotiated by the parties. Courts will require such provisions to be reasonable so to not impinge on commerce and trade.In addition to negotiating, drafting and reviewing business sale offer letters and agreements, we advise and assist business owners and investors in a wide range of issues including:
The Local Business Tax, formerly known as Occupational License, is required of any individual or entity choosing to engage in or manage any business, profession or occupation in Hillsborough County, unless specifically exempted.
Hillsborough County collects business tax under Florida Statute, Chapter 205 and Hillsborough County Ordinance 95-4 as amended by 02-5. Most businesses in Hillsborough County are required to pay a business tax. The categories for taxation are often broad and encompass many similar businesses under one heading. Some state statutes or county ordinances may require our office to see proof of compliance before issuing certain types of business tax receipts.
All business tax receipts expire September 30th of each year and can be renewed on or after July 1. Taxes for new businesses can be paid at any time during the year and are prorated beginning April 1, at which time a half-year fee applies. On October 1, business tax receipts are delinquent and subject to penalties each month thereafter, with a maximum of 25 percent.
If you receive a renewal notice and are no longer in business or your business is no longer located in Hillsborough County, please indicate that information on the renewal notice, then sign and return the renewal notice in the envelope provided or you may cancel your business tax receipt using BT Express. 59ce067264