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This is critically important during the process of buying a business. You are going to need great advisors; not good ones. Don't try to save a few bucks when engaging accountants, attorneys or advisors. Hire the best possible people you can afford and spend a few bucks on the necessary resources. While friends and family may offer you sincere free advice, there's no substitute for great input from experienced advisors.
Your entire success in the buying process and in your business will ultimately come down to hard work and know how. You'd have to be out of your mind to make a decision of this magnitude without the right information or right team at your side.
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