Buying a Business

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Graham & Trotman, 1986 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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This new book is a practical & uncomplicated guide for anybody who wishes to learn more about the new independent taxation regime in the U.K. It provides, in a clear & concise format, a detailed resume of the new act, its implications & how a husband & wife may take full advantage of the new regulations in limiting their tax liability. It is of special interest to those husbands & wives who are in business partnership together.

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Contents

IMPROVING PROFITABILITY
16
BUYING UNDERVALUED BUSINESSES
26
GROWING THROUGH ACQUISITION
32
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Mike Allen is Professor in the Department of Communication at UW-Milwaukee. Mike received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University, his MA from the University of Wyoming, and his BA from Lewis and Clark College. His primary research interest is in the area of social influence in which he has more than 150 published works. The International Communication Association awarded him the John E. Hunter memorial award for life time achievement in communication research using meta-analysis. He is past editor of Communication Studies and current editor of "Communication Monographs".

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