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The existing store has been a staple in the community and has a prime location with high traffic visibility catering to both businesses and consumers. The store has large clientele base and repeat business. No experience required and all training included with ongoing support. All inventory and equipment included and are in excellent More infoGlen Ellyn, Illinois Commercial Printing Businesses for Sale
Multiple revenue centers drive profitability. This is one of the fastest growing (10%) integrated marketing & communications companies. Non-seasonal and recession resistant with recurring income, existing More info
This 35 year old travel and leisure digital publishing company consists of two specialized magazines. Both magazines are available in both in print and electronically. Technical / creative background not More info
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Guidant will show you how to use your retirement Funds to finance your dream of business ownership, with no tax penalties. These funds can even be combined with SBA and other bank loans to reach your total desired capital.
To qualify, you’ll need at least $50k in 401(k), IRA or other eligible retirement funds.