(INCLUDES LONG TERM
LOAN AND DEBENTURE PURCHASE AGREEMENT, STOCK PURCHASE AGREEMENT, ASSET PURCHASE
AGREEMENT, SECURITY AGREEMENT, SENIOR SUBORDINATED NOTE INDENTURE, AND OPTIONAL
ONE-HOUR ATTORNEY CONSULTATION)
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Our goal is to provide each of our
clients with as much information as possible about the Leveraged
Buy Out Collection. As you will see as you review the following
material, there is a lot of information to digest and consider.
Many legal aspects may be complex and confusing. We want you to
know we are available to speak with you about any legal aspects
of the Leveraged Buy Out Collection at your convenience either over
the telephone or in person at the Spiegel
and Utrera, P.A., office nearest you.
BUY A BUSINESS WITH NOTHING DOWN
Folks buy houses and even apartment buildings with nothing down all the
time so why not buy a business with nothing down.
Thinking about acquiring a business? Buying an existing
business, sometimes known as a “going concern”, is less risky than starting
with nothing. When you acquire a business, you take over an operation that's
already generating revenue with an established customer base, reputation
and employees who are familiar with all angles of the business so that you
don't have to reinvent the wheel by setting up new procedures, systems and
policies - all the tools are right there! Furthermore, buying a business
may give you valuable intellectual property, such as patents or copyrights,
which can prove very profitable.
As for financing, it's easier to obtain the funds to buy an existing business
than to start a new one, because bankers and investors generally feel more
comfortable dealing with a business that already has a proven track record.
Not sure how to finance the business acquisition? A Leveraged Buy
Out (an “LBO”) is an exciting strategy involving
an acquirer’s acquisition of a business using a significant amount of borrowed
money (bonds or loans) to meet the cost of acquisition, similar to the way
a person might purchase a house using their own funds for the down payment
and funding the remainder of the purchase price by using the assets of the
business you are acquiring as collateral for the loans to buy the business.
SECRET REVEALED, THE LEVERAGED BUY OUT
A leveraged buy out allows you to buy a business with nothing down. Just
think of the advantages of the leveraged buy out:
You receive an existing customer base;
You receive steady cash flow;
You receive a business with immediate sales;
Your staff is hired and in place;
Your new business will already have its company policies and procedures established;
Your new business may have trademarks, copyrights and other
Best of all, the existing assets of the business will be used by
you to borrow funds and complete the purchase of the business;
Uncle Sam will also lend you a hand because interest payments on
the funds borrowed buy the business to complete the purchase of the
business will be tax deductible
At Spiegel & Utrera, P.A., we can help you with the initial steps
with your leveraged buy out. We have an opportunity called the Leveraged
Buy Out Collection and this consists of:
A long term loan and debenture purchase agreement to provide working
A security agreement to allow greater lender confidence through
collateralization of the debtor corporation’s assets;
A senior subordinated note indenture for additional financing;
An asset purchase agreement for sales of the acquired corporation’s
inventory, accounts receivable, intellectual property and other assets;
A stock purchase agreement for the purchase of shares of the acquirer.
If you are only beginning to consider the Leveraged Buy Out as a business
opportunity, you’re option may very well be to retain Spiegel & Utrera,
P.A. to help you identify a business which you can purchase using the Leveraged
Buy Out Collection. At Spiegel & Utrera, P.A., we are always willing
to assist you. Simply
and send us an email requesting our assistance in making your dreams come
There are many benefits to starting a business and
incorporating. Some of the benefits of starting a business
include protection of your personal assets, ease of raising
capital, gain anonymity, available tax benefits and more!
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